Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Wordless Wednesday ~ Wallflowers


10 comments:

  1. I think I can spy Cymbalaria - one of my favourite "wall" flowers. Do you know if it has a common name?

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  2. I wonder if the wall was built round the trunk of the tree or if it seeded itself in an existing wall? It's a great feature and well done for noticing it Anna

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  3. Love this! Great photo, Anna! It's been such a good year for nasturtiums, mine are going bonkers although, bit by bit, I'm pulling some of them up to make space for bulbs and beans. Such cheerful little plants!

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  4. Nice, Anna... I love a good stone wall with lots of interest like this :-D

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  5. Beautiful photo, Anna!
    See you, RW & SK

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  6. Ha ha, I thought it was going to be a photo of wallflowers, not wall flowers. I love how plants self seed in walls like this, no soil for them. It just shows their determination to grow and survive.

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  7. Brilliant image. I noticed the other day that I appear to have a whole section of one of my beds at the plot covered in a green manure of emerging self-sown nasturtiums. Won't be long before a frost sees them off.

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  8. Great picture! Great idea on wall planting

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  9. Thanks for all your comments. I'm fairly sure that the common name ivy leaved toadflax Cathy and that it was introduced to these shores by the Romans.

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- Anna.