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1. Every Friday post a photo that includes one or more flowers.
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Thursday, 15 June 2017


Nemesia is a genus of annuals, perennials and sub-shrubs which are native to sandy coasts or disturbed ground in South Africa. Numerous hybrids have been selected, and the annual cultivars are popular with gardeners as bedding plants. In temperate regions the annual cultivars are usually treated as half-hardy bedding plants, sown from seed in heat and planted out after all danger of frost has passed.

The flowers are two-lipped, with the upper lip consisting of four lobes and the lower lip two lobes. The cultivar 'Innocence', a low-growing bushy perennial with white flowers, has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. The cultivar shown here is 'Sunsatia Banana', which is a popular ornamental hybrid.

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I appreciate your linking up and enjoy personally seeing your great photos, however, due to a work-related busy time I may have not commented lately - I shall endeavour to do so ASAP!


  1. Such a tiny pretty flower. We grow them for bedding plants. Groetjes Hetty

  2. I have seen yellow violets before but for the moment I can´t remember where :(

  3. Beautiful! They remind me somewhat of orchids:)

  4. I really like the yellow flower and to me it also looks like a small orchid. Really want to see a macro of it also. Lovely.

  5. Nick, a photogenic beauty. Thanks for sharing.

  6. What beautiful flowers. Thank you for hosting this link-up, this is the first time I have participated but I'll be back next Friday!

  7. Like sunshine in the darkest garden corner, lovely taken Nick. Wish you a great and lovely weekend.

  8. Beautiful little flowers !!
    Happy Sunday !

  9. I don't have flower photos to share this week, but I welcome you to join my weekly linkup. Photographers from around the world share with us: