Monday, December 1, 2008

Today's Flowers

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It was windy and warmer over the weekend so all the snow melted. As there is no any flowers in my garden any more I decided to post some photos that I took in October of this year. I am sorry I don't know its name in English.
It is interesting that these little flowers turn into small red balls, not edible, that remind of cherries or very small potatoes. I already posted one photo of it last year October 15.






19 comments:

fishing guy said...

Medam: What a beautiful delicate flower, nicely done.

Darla said...

Those are pretty.

. said...

Wonderful.

Alfazema

Leora said...

So lovely to look at your pretty flowers when it is cold and bare outside.

Denise said...

Beautiful! I love the close-up of the little flower but all three photographs are superb. The last photo with the plant in front of the window pane is beautifully composed. Great share, thank you.

The Good Life in Virginia said...

lovely flower for such a large bushy plant...like the third photo of the window and plant together.
thanks for sharing with us

Carletta said...

I love the first closup image. It is beautiful!
The rest of your blog is beautiful as well. I enjoyed my visit here.

Calusarus said...

I like the blur in the upper shot.

Liesel's Garden Party said...

Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog. I hadn't even noticed the fly! Lucky capture :o)

Andrea said...

Nice and strange flower.
Never seen...

Raven said...

Hi Medam, Thank you for visiting my blog and glad you like my plants/flowers. I like yours as well.

Titania said...

Medam the close ups of the delicate flowers are wonderful and the red fruits bring winter cheer into the home. This is a nightshade plant. It is called a Jerusalem cherry or Madeira winter cherry, solanum Karstenii. If you are interested to read about this plant go to Wikipedia. It grows in my garden, it is said it was introduced by the Currawong bird. So the berry is higly poisonous to some birds, cats and dogs. Have a happy Advents time.

Arija said...

Your pretty flowers are of the Solanum family. The same family that potaoes are in, so you guessed quite right about the seeds.

Paz said...

Oh! What a beautiful flower. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Paz

Pietro said...

I enjoyed very much this wonderful sequence of flowers photo. What fine colours, Medam!

Kerri said...

A beautiful flower for sure! Great shots!

angelgrotton said...

It seems that winter will never come ...

Judy said...

love the first photo especially, the way the light comes through the petals and you can see the cells in the petals
thanks for sharing

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