Photo Sunday, 7/1/18

Here are some wildflowers we have not seen down here before. The first one is from Gail D. The second one is from Rock Knocker. Enjoy your wonderful Sunday. Namasté

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~ by bigsurkate on July 1, 2018.

9 Responses to “Photo Sunday, 7/1/18”

  1. Wow! The one on the bottom is really cool!

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  2. The first is seaside heliotrope (Heliotropium curassavicum var. oculatum). Not sure about the succulent, probably an escaped or planted exotic.

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  3. Thx, Mike. I see an irrigation hose, so this may be in someone’s garden that RK failed to tell me.

    https://bigsurkate.blog

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  4. Beautiful! I’m guessing you know how much I love new flower discoveries! 😀

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  5. Yup. The heliotrope was found by one of our wildflower enthusiasts. She also found a new one last year. I think it was an orchid? Very unusual one.

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  6. We’re supposed to have a rare orchid in our area, but so far it’s been elusive! It’s fun searching though!

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  7. I have the very same bottom one in my garden, but I don’t know the name. It gets huge and will consume a space if it’s allowed to! Yep, the soaker hose gives it away as a planted succulent!

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  8. I love looking for plant names! The succulent here is called Pig’s Ear, which I’ve never known even having grown it for years.
    https://worldofsucculents.com/cotyledon-orbiculata-pigs-ear-round-leafed-navel-wort-white-lady/

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  9. Thank you, JJ
    I was able to pass on your info to Rock Knocker.
    https://bigsurkate.blog

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