Something Blue

Something Blue

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  1. Wonderful! These are flowes of the plant known as echium cancans (also called pride of Madeira). The plant grows with very little care or water in So Cal/mediterranean climates. This plant is one of my favorites! Thank you for the lovely photos. I think I’ll go outside to my echium and say hello!

  2. Beautiful flower. One commented if a Butterfly Bush. It is not: here is a link to the BB flower: http://www.onlineplantguide.com/Plant-Details/305 . Can’t remember the name of the flower you photo shot, but it is one growing from low shrubbery; like maybe some bulbs. Butterfly Bush grows to 3 to 5 feet tall. I have some at 8 feet in my yard.

    Thanks for sharing Scott. Nature always gives one peace of mind. 🙂

    Chef Randall
    http://www.savorthefood.com

  3. Great photography. This flower also looks like Indian heliotrope. Years ago we were hiking in the Andes and my son picked a flower like this for me; I still have it, though it’s dried and lost its bright color. If you like blue/purple flowers check out my pics of the jacarandas in bloom in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico — almost worth a visit just to see them. http://tinyurl.com/3ttx3w2

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