Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Periwinkle and a Linky


I've been sharing photos of flowers in my garden. Today's flowers are two types of periwinkle. The pink and white ones are known as Madagascar periwinkle or Cape periwinkle. Since I live in the Western Cape, the latter fits best. They last forever once cut. The photo above shows how pretty they are in a bouquet. I have more photos of the violet-colored periwinkle, which make a pretty groundcover. Our shelter dog, Koda, is included in the last pic.









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10 comments:

  1. Now I know where Crayola got its name for a beautiful shade of pinky-purple!

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  2. What lovely captures :-)

    Have a bloomingperiwinkletastic week šŸ‘

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  3. So pretty!! (As an aside, some weeks there are comment boxes and some week there aren't. Not sure if that is my end or your end?)

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    1. I use a third party comment system that only works if you load the page in http and not https. This one is the default comment system. I don't like it as much, mainly because my reply won't go to you directly.

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  4. The flowers and the mountains are beautiful.

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  5. Beautiful pictures! Periwinkle flowers are beautiful and great survivors. In my place, it is called a name which means 'one that smells like a dead body".

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  6. So very beautiful. Just lovely. Thanks for hosting this great party.

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  7. The flowers you share are always so lovely!
    Thank you for sharing on #omgww this week.
    Have a happy week to you and your family!

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  8. Oh wow, your flowers are so beautiful! The colors are so vibrant and cheerful. Thanks for the party!

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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