24 October 2014

A few flowers








A few flowers in the Botanic Garden
in Helsinki 30.9.2014.

I'm linking to
Floral Friday Fotos
Today's Flowers

http://floralfridayfoto.blogspot.fi/2014/10/fff153-salvia-discolor.html



58 comments:

  1. Gorgeous flowers. I assume that last one is an Autumn Crocus?

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  2. Wonderful photos of the Autumn flowers.
    Best regards, Synnöve

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  3. Bonitas flores, me gustan especialmente la primera y la penúltima fotografías. Un abrazo,

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  4. Soon around here all the flowers will be found indoors. Have a colorful week. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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    1. Thank you Tom! The frost has killed the last flowers here.

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  5. I really like that 5th one - very unique!

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  6. What is the name of those blackberries on a stick?
    Never seen those.
    Love the collection.

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    1. Thank you! They're pokeberries or pokeweeds.

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  7. Vilka fina blommor ,trevlig helg ,nette

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  8. A wonderful flower collection....
    Love greetings, Karin

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  9. A few flowers form a beautiful world.

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  10. Wonderful flowers! The 5th one is fascinating!
    Have a happy Weekend!

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    1. Thank you Mary! One of the names for it is pokeweed.

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  11. Great photos. Lovely, warm colours!

    Hugs
    JetteMajken

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    1. Thank you Jette! I love autumn colours.

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  12. Thank you Gunilla, a wonderful variety, some of which are new to me. Happy weekend to you :)

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    1. Thank you Denise! Have a great weekend.

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  13. Any look fresh, other look a little tired - they all are beautiful!
    Most I loke the photo of colchicum autumnale.
    Have a nice and quiet sunday

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    1. Thank you Mascha! I wish you the same.

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  14. Så vackra blommor så här i slutet av hösten, Vintern knackar på...Snygga foton!

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  15. Du har alltid så mycket vackra bilder att visa jag njuter
    Ha en fin söndag
    karm meta

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    1. Tusen tack, Meta! Ha en skön söndag.

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  16. Beautiful mix of fall flowers. The crocuses are so sweet, but I think I love the Autumn bronzes best.

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  17. Great shots. I particularly like the pokeweed. I have never seen it before.

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  18. Prachtige foto's van deze prachtige bloemen.
    Geniet van een heerlijke zondag!

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  19. The russet coloured flowers are beautiful - very autumnal!
    Interesting series....

    Have a lovely week,
    Ruby

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  20. Beautiful flowers, I hope to grow a red sunflower and a red Coreopsis next year. I'm surprised you have poke there as well.

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    1. Thank you Hannah! I haven't seen poke anywhere else but in the Botanic Garden.

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  21. Wow, dear Gunilla ..... What colourful great capture sofort the flowers we have now in autumn and you show us here in the Post. Greatful!

    Have a very good week, Heidrun

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    1. Thank you, dear Heidrun! Have a wonderful week.

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  22. Beautiful colors and fantastic macros.
    Wonderful to be so nice to see the details.

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  23. Så mange vakre blomster fra botanisk hage. Aldri vært i Helsinki. Ser at jeg må komme meg dit en dag:)

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    1. Tack Jannibele! Det är en fin stad på sommaren.

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  24. As usual these are wonderful shots, Gunilla. I hope you have some potted plants inside the house so you get to enjoy them over Winter.
    Thanks for participating in Floral Friday Fotos.

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    1. Thank you Nick! I have lots of older photos that I haven't showed yet. :-)

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