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Saturday, June 2, 2012

Purple flowers in Italy


Hi Mary. Thanks for your comments on my blog. I didn't know how else to get a hold of you, because your e-mails come through as a noreply and it doesn't appear that you have a blog. So here's your picture, a little closer up. But I have no idea what those flowers are. Does anyone have any idea. They are gorgeous.

Cindy Bee

7 comments:

  1. Thank You Cindy.. No I don't have a blog yet.As to the no reply mmm very strange I thought my e-mail was wide open.( i am not very computer savvy) Perhaps someone will know what these flowers are. I will bookmark this page for any and all answers. Here I am folks: m.bartels65@yahoo.com Alabama green thumb Needs to Know :)

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  2. Could be a member of the bougainvillea family - but I'm no expert!!

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  3. Cindy, Those flowers sure make me think of my mom...she loved purple flowers. She would have said"Oh I wish I had those in my yard" :):) Smiles, Susie

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  4. They're not Azaleas are they? There's a purple that blooms profusely...what do the leaves of the plant look like? Elongated? Shiny? Smooth edges? Are the flowers in clusters or individual? How many petals on a flower? I have a book that identifies plants by their characteristics...:)JP

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  5. Cindy, all of your pictures were beautiful. Did you say if the young buck, who sold the bracelet, gave you the right directions? haha

    I love your pix on the side bar too...good idea to keep Rome in your heart daily. I love the one of you tossing the money in the fountain.

    Looks like a wonderful trip. You're sister was good to make the plans - yes?

    Julie

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  6. Hey everyone thanks for the comments. I can't answer any questions about those flowers because I took the picture standing in the center of the piazza. I didn't walk over and inspect them. Sorry.

    Yes Julie, Theresa did a great job making the plans. I would not have been able to do it.

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  7. Lovely flowers what ever they may be!

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Cindy Bee