Saturday, April 18, 2009
TODAY'S FLOWERS ~ 24 A Touch of Pink
A white Rhododendron, so old its name has sunk into
the mists of time. Burned down in two major Bush Fires
and somehow sprung to life again. It has been in our
mountain garden since the 1850's and is one of my
Clematis montana rosea smiling on the front wall
of our house on Mt.Lofty
A joy from our farm garden, Malus floribunda,
the pink flowering Crabapple.
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Thanks to Luiz Santilli Jr. and the TODAY'S FLOWERS
team for the organisation of this meme.