Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Trilogy

Argemone mexicana, a prickly, yellow-faced vagabond.



Drimiopsis maculata, nicknamed African Hosta. A discreet
houseguest accustomed to high temperatures (African native)
and found most afternoons sitting under a parasol.



Ipomea purpurea. This cool, calculating pantomime has a
bright iridescent face and a slim, serpentine body - possessing
the most effective strangulation stratagems in the entire
Commedia dell'Arte.

3 comments:

  1. Beautiful flowers. I love yellow flowers. Good photography.

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  2. I love your descriptions of these plants!

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  3. Pretty! I love morning glories! Those little yellow flowers are pretty too!

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