Redcliffe Pier

Thursday, October 28, 2010

BUDS ARE BURSTING

Spring is warming up and the native flowers are prolific. Here are some Grevilleas from our garden.
The bud. (It probably has a scientific name but I don't know it)

Opening

Almost fully open.

Coconut Ice

Fire Sprite


Honey Gem

12 comments:

  1. I'm jealous ... all those different ones .. the are beautiful.

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  2. Really lovely. And such lovely names - I like coconut ice...

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  3. Absolutely fascinating...I have never seen anything like this flower. I wonder if they grow our way. I'll have to check.

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  4. wonderful flowers and totally strange for us in sweden, Wish I could have some of those in my garden,,,,,

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  5. Oh how wonderful to be going into SPRING... As much as I enjoy a little snow, it would be nice to skip winter and go directly into Spring... ha ha

    Your buds are gorgeous.... SO different from the ones we have here. Love them!!!!
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. They do very well at your place!
    Gorgeous array.
    Love, Jan

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  7. Diane, your spring garden is looking gorgeous. We have many of these varieties here so I know they grow further south and I do recognise them.

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  8. Nice to see Spring time on this gray Autumn day here. Those are beautifully different flowers!

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  9. So strange. Everything here in Memphis is getting dark and gloomy as winter sets in.

    How pretty this is! Miss the flowers.

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  10. and what a beaut collection of grevilleas you have too. The coconut ice, in particular, caught my eye.
    The nectar eating birds will be in paradise (and the bees will have a ball!)
    Cheers :D

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  11. Beautiful! Spring is always a welcomed season...unlike winter which will soon be here.

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  12. Beautiful blooms Diane! I wish it were spring time here. It is a gorgeous time of year.

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