09 December 2011

Flowers to admire, on a morning walk...

With Weekend Flowers in mind, I saved these photos taken earlier in the week.

The Silk Tree,  Albizia julibrissin



No idea what this one is, but saw several in full bloom like this, in differing gardens.




...and another, unknown.


Linking to Tina's PicStory for:


15 comments:

lisa said...

These are wonderful Carole!
That silk tree is especially gorgeous.
Sending you wishes for a wonderful weekend!

Tina´s PicStory said...

thanks for saving! they are lovely :)

TexWisGirl said...

love seeing your blooms as we head into winter. the silk tree looks like what we call mimosa here. :)

marit´s,,, said...

Beautiful flowers.

Marit.

Jan Castle said...

Great flowering trees - even if we don't know the names. I've seen them before but haven't got a clue. They certainly are pretty!!!
Paper Hugs,
Jan

Evelyn S. said...

That unnamed one looks like angel's lace to me....(just made that up!)...fabulous intricate blossoms.

And the "hairy" ones are so pretty, too.

Giga said...

Cudownie kwitnące drzewa. U nas takie nie rosną, jest za zimno, ale na południu Europy widziałam pierwsze i drugie i byłam nimi zachwycona. Pozdrawiam

Dianne said...

Hi Carole
I love the way the Silk tree drapes down so very graciously The white tree is a mystery to me but how magical to see the abundance of white splashes - very Christmassy!

Susan said...

Beautiful! The silk trees do well here also. Course right now it's winter. Love your shots!

Barb and Dell said...

The flowering trees are beautiful. We don't have anything like those here in Minnesota, USA.
Barb

Nadege, said...

They are gorgeous, so soft and velvety looking flowers.

johanna said...

my biologist heart is SINGING when i look at your pictures!!!

Modern Mom said...

Gorgeous shots!

Orchids

katerchen said...

tolle Bilder:D

LG vom katerchen

guild-rez said...

Very nice...
Great shots, love your pictures!!
Gisela
Toronto, Canada