Sunday, August 31, 2008

Flowers on Mumbles Hill

Because of its exposed position, most of the flowers to be found on Mumbles Hill are low-growing little ones, the names of which I know not. Except Georgius Gorgeosia, a rare form of life not seen in the wild frequently enough (in his opinion).

11 comments:

Amanda said...

awwwww :0)

Dragonstar said...

That's a lovely collage Liz! George looks so sweet surrounded by flowers.

Baht At said...

" a rare form of life not seen in the wild frequently enough (in his opinion)"

Do I take it he's wanting a shag?

CherryPie said...

Lots of lovely life forms there :-)

Puss-in-Boots said...

Ain't that pretty? I've never seen lots of those plants...especially the large white one in the middle!

Liz said...

Thank you all! And George says woof.

Rose said...

The only plant I can positively identify for you is the one in the lower lefthand corner--a scabiosa, which I definitely prefer to call a pincushion flower. I'm learning to appreciate native plants, but my favorite, as always, is the lovely Georgius Gorgeosia--and it blooms all year!

Shawie said...

amazing! :)

leslie said...

Aw...my favourite flower is that fluffy white one in the middle. Those three black dots in its top middle are very distinctive and distinguished.

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

You've gone and made me feel homesick again! George does look gorgeous there!

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