Roman flowers

So many bloggers post so many flowers so much of the time. Here is my uninformed pay-back: a collection of blossoms growing in Roma this weekend.

The first two plants have already been “smuggled” from this garden in Roma to Piran, Slovenia. In both, flowers are surrounded by the same orangey-pinky paint job.

Photo: a © signature mmm production

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  1. Dan Antion says:

    As summer rolls to an end here, you can’t post too many flowers.

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    1. Oh, yes, Dan, I love the share my joy, and the joy of the owner of this garden, with everybody.

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  2. joey says:

    All lovely 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Joey, how about the American names for it? 😉

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      1. joey says:

        We don’t have all of those, so I don’t know them all, but I recognize the blue geranium, hibiscus, and begonia.

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      2. Thank you, Joey. Which one is begonia? I know all these words but wouldn’t be certain to link them to the flowers successfully.

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      3. joey says:

        The last two, the dark bronze leaves and the red/pink petals.

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  3. I love the peach colored ones! I think the nameless ones are some kind of hibiscus flowers – I call them Hawaii flowers because we saw so many of them there. And we have one at home, too 🌺 But I’m no expert, it could be another flowers altogether!

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    1. Hibiscus, right! Thanks, SMSW! I tend to enjoy them anonymously and ask for names only if truly necessary. 🙂

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  4. Now this kind of “pay back” I can get behind! 🙂 They’re all lovely!

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    1. Thank you, Deborah! 🙂 All for a bit of a laugh, I could never protest over flowers.

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