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Lol, this plant really goes by many names. And you need to be a bit careful when handling it.
Flickan i båten, Blomstervagga, Mose vagga
Moses in the cradle, Moses-In-The-Boat, Oyster Plant
Quote: The Oyster Plant is succulent looking, it can be used to make a dense groundcover.
As other plants in the same family, the watery sap can provoke allergic reaction. Avoid having any on your skin. 'Compacta' and 'Vittata' are 2 common cultivars.
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What a stunning flower this is!ReplyDelete
You have captured some great detail here, especially in the first one. So nicely done.
Underbara bilder! Kontrasten mellan den vita blomman och de färgstarka bladen är slående.ReplyDelete
a delightful bloom. i love the purple lines created by the leaves. great captures.ReplyDelete
The flower is as beautiful as the name. It's a new one I'd not heard before. You've done a great job with the photos once again!ReplyDelete
Very beautiful shots, i know how small those flowers are. We have lots of Rhoeo here too.ReplyDelete
I love these flowers. My Mum has some purple ones in her garden. Beautiful images.ReplyDelete
I never saw a flower like that!ReplyDelete
It is so beautiful!
Beautiful white flower.ReplyDelete
que delicadeza, adorei! Um abraço!ReplyDelete
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Have a great weekend
Great photo work, such lovely flower...ReplyDelete
Best regards, Karin
Eu achei essa flor muito encantadora e o nome "Berço de Moisés" tem tudo a ver! Eu adorei a sua postagem! Beijos!ReplyDelete
I have seen the plant before.
Salsify is a hardy biennial that is grown as an annual vegetable. Am I right?
I grew this in Singapore.ReplyDelete
Have a great week ahead!
What an interesting little flower! My favourite shot is the second one - maybe the stamens appear more delicate in that one...ReplyDelete
I can't imagine using a plant like this as ground cover...
Fantastic macro's! Thanks for sharing and have a great week!ReplyDelete