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I would guess: Indian paintbrush, Hen and chicks, and grapes 2, 3 & 5
Okay, my last post wasn't correct, so here's the real answers:Name the plants:1. Gorgeous Georgia2. Remarkable Rhonda3. Marvelous Mable4. Lucious Lisabeth5. Devine DonnaAt least those were the names they were using when we were introduced, earlier.
May I just call them all Beautiful???? Great pictures!
I am not really good at names. I can't even remember people's name well, except for those whom I am acquainted but for those I just met... I terrible. That is why I am always embarrassed when I see them again. So if I can't remember people's name... how much more with plants... except for those ordinary ones. But these photos here are really gorgeous and I know I saw them once and did not get the chance to know them. I just want to say... that I love them... especially the red pompom. thanks for sharing.
haven't got a clue what any of them are but they sure are great shots. The last one looks a little like grapes
I only wish I could. I am horticulturally challenged. :)
Oh... I forgot to say what lovely shots they were. The first and second are my favorites!
I have no ideas, Jo..except for the second photo, it's called "chenille plant", I think..
The last ones which are purple in colour look like grape, though they definitely are not grape.
First of all, dear Jo, I wonder if, even you, wrote down the names! I sure as heck haven't a clue who they are...I've never been formally introduced to them. They are lovely, though, and I wouldn't mind meeting them sometime.
They remain beautiful, although I'm ignorant of their names. "A rose by any other name...."
I'm pretty clueless as to what most of them are but they are beautiful!!
Hi, another pretty shots you got here... I love them... Have a nice day!
Did you do this to give me something to think about all day.2.bottlebrush3. aloe4.wisteria?5. olive All lovely!
Not a single idea! ;)All I know is, they are sure beautiful.
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