Tuesday, 1 July 2008

Passion flowers?

We think that's what these are anyway...

9 comments:

Jacki said...

Whatever they are, they are so pretty!

Janet said...

I'm not much good at identifying flowers. Whatever these are named they're very pretty.

TraceyTreasure said...

Absolutely Gorgeous!

Have a great weekend, Cat!

Hugs!

three generations said...

http://www.tradewindsfruit.com/blue_passion_flower.htm
What a pretty and interesting flower...too bad it needs lots of water...something we don't have!

Sacred Suzie said...

Wish I confirm either way but I am a crappy gardener. They are very pretty no matter what though!

I found the Merlin's Mirror spread in my Arthurian Tarot Deck manual. It's very helpful. It's all about how the world sees you, who you want to be but aren't, who you really are...!!!

Cat said...

Janet: I know the feeling, Thanks.

Tracey: Same back at you!

Mom:Perfect, it looked that way to us, but I'm shakey on such things, also our blue is a bit pink, but that may be that lack of water that they have had.

Cat said...

Suzie: Interesting, I may have to look that up.

Carrie said...

I can't believe it -- I grew up with these little flowers in my backyard and as a 4-year old, I "imagined" these flowers as miniature, magical cities which would house the Princess' ball!

I could see a whole community living within each and every flower...

Bee said...

The early Spanish missionaries believed that it,s symbols of Christ,s Passion had been put there to convert the the S.American Indian...Despite the delicacy of the flower, there is nothing delicate about the plant!It is a rampant climber which will soon outgrow it,s welcome if it is not cut back hard each spring....is this info too late Cat....hope not...love B