Mystery Mauves

by Jem Croucher

25 May

I don’t know what these flowers are called
though I searched Google for a while
Their mauve is simply glorious
and they certainly bring a smile
All my hashtags failed, yes every one
the search it was in vain
A thousand pics of tiny flowers
but not one of them the same
So if there’s any reader out there
who knows what these ones are
If you’d care to leave a comment
that would be spectacular

[I know I took the picture as it’s properties show my SLR details, but I’ve no idea what the flowers are. So, if you know what they’re called, please leave a comment. Many thanks. Jem.]

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4 Comments to “Mystery Mauves”

  1. This group of flowers is called trailing bellflower.

    Campanula poscharskyana (Serbian bellflower, trailing bellflower) is a semi-evergreen trailing perennial, valued for its lavender-blue star-shaped flowers, native to the Dinaric Alps in former Yugoslavia.
    Source: Wikipedia

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