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Dainty little Flower - Spring 2010 by EdsMum

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This lovely bush is in my garden but I am at a loss as to what it is, I know it certainly makes wonderful display every Spring in Sept.


bush, garden, petals, pink

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My Life has been interesting, always active in sports – Golf, Swimming & horses, now I have a camera, I wish I had found photography a lot earlier than I did, wonderful things you see through the lens a whole new life has opened the door to me. Make the most of each day, for you live it only once. Thank you to all who will visit my site & leave comments. I wish you all a beautiful day…..Shirley – 85 going on a 100

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  • MIchelle Thompson
    MIchelle Thompsonalmost 4 years ago

    Hi Shirley, lovely flowers – can’t help you with the name, though. Not that good of a gardner. Michelle

  • Thank you Michelle, it is a native plant and never showed any sign of wilting during the drought. Shirley

    – EdsMum

  • Albert1000
    Albert1000almost 4 years ago

    Pretty in purple.

  • Thank you Albert so much and also for the fave. Shirley

    – EdsMum

  • GregTS
    GregTSalmost 4 years ago

    Shirley, Very beautiful! Gorgeous photo!!

  • Thank you so much Greg. Shirley

    – EdsMum

  • Rose Gallik
    Rose Gallikalmost 4 years ago

    Beautiful Capture Shirley! I am not sure what they are called I think they come in white also………Wonderful Work!

  • LoreLeft27
    LoreLeft27over 2 years ago

    they look like creeping phlox

  • They could be but the name doesn’t ring a bell, I know it is an Australian Native plant. Bees love it. Shirley

    – EdsMum

  • LoreLeft27
    LoreLeft27over 2 years ago

    loved these when i was little grandma had a bunch of them fantastic capture

  • Grandma must have had a lovely garden. Shirley

    – EdsMum

  • Thank you for the fave, much appreciated. Shirley

    – EdsMum

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