Floral Friday: Echinacea

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Good evening from a hot muggy Hastings.

Today I went over to Napier to soak up some of the atmosphere of the Art Deco festival.  I found these echinaceas and stopped as you do for photos.  I am not a green fingered person so I had to search the Internet for the name of these flowers.  I have invested in a huge book and these plants were even in it.  I literally turned each page one by one.  Ah, how great the Internet is.

Here are some other great blogs

http://floralfridayfoto.blogspot.co.nz

Floral Friday: Brugmansia suaveolens

http://woollymuses.wordpress.com/2014/02/21/floral-friday-210214/

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13 thoughts on “Floral Friday: Echinacea”

    1. I realised that after going through the huge book, and searching the Internet that I had seen these flowers everywhere as advertising for cold remedy. A duh moment. Thank you for visiting. 😀

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