Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Persian Acacia


Taken June 24th 2012 in Our Garden - Click to Enlarge

Outdoor Wednesday

34 comments:

  1. Hi Linda. What a stunning photo of that Persian Acacia. I have never seen one of those before. Hope all is well with you over there!

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  2. I love these feathery, pink blooms!

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  3. We call that tree a Mimosa. The blossoms are very dainty. Lovely shot.

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  4. I don't recognize the plant or its name, but it is beautiful.

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  5. What an interesting and lovely flower.
    I have never seen this one.

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  6. What a lovely plant with such pretty flowers and one I would like to grow in our garden.

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  7. We call them Mimosa trees here too. I love them.

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  8. Lovely blooms and tree! One of my favorites.

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  9. Excellent photo, very interesting, beautiful flower. I like the delicacy that appears, had never seen a Persian acacia.

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  10. Simply beautiful this is not a flower I am familar with but very nice

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  11. I LOVE the color and feathery like flower. I too have not seen this before. Thank you for sharing something new, Lindy.

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  12. Oh my, they are gorgeous. I see the bees think they are pretty great too!

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  13. Beautiful picture. Wishing you a great Thursday :)

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  14. Oh I do love this plant but had no idea what it was called. Thanks for sharing. x

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  15. What a lovely flower - looks very delicate.

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    Virna

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  16. How beautiful! Look like little makeup brushes! Lol.

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  17. Truly beautiful! I have something very similar in my garden, with yellow flowers though, the leaves look the same
    x

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  18. Wow........that's just beautiful. I don't know what it is -- and I don't think we have anything even close to it. It's just full of colours and textures and FLUFF! LOL

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  19. It seems to be the same as our Southern mimosa. Lovely.

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  20. Hi Lindylou, what an exotic looking plant, and a great photo of it. Love Linda x

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  21. Really beautiful! Have never seen it, and it gives wonderful emotions! Love it!

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  22. Thank you for your visit to my blog :-) The photo of your garden is very beautiful. I like the combination of green and pink.

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  23. Beautiful photo. I agree with several others, that appears to be what we call Southern Mimosa. Your photography is awesome.
    Have a great weekend. Ginger

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  24. Acacias made me nostalgic because Africa, my favourite continent, comes immediately to my mind, but I don't know if I ever saw this species and it's simply gorgeous! Wonderful shot.

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  25. What an amazing looking plant!

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  26. I found several of these yesterday in Lisbon and your photo immediately came to my mind! :-) The bloomings are amazingly beautiful.

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  27. Beautiful Pic ! I love this tree, I some in my yard.

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