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2008-11-19 10:44:52
That's great poppy, a text book discription with humour!! and you are correct, I dont think they will ever figure out the origin of this paticular strange flower, perhaps it is a weed, but I don't think you can get rid of it!!
2008-11-19 01:39:31
... ah, but she has. Haven’t you ever heard of a flower called skip? I have known about it for quite some time. It was a sensation in the world of botany about nine years ago. A Scottish botanist called Sarah Kay Inchwell-Pharflung found the first skip (which was named after the discoverer = S.K.I.P.) in the Italian Alps in the spring of 1999 near a ski resort called Sauze d’Oulx. Skip is yellow in colour, small and delicate, but appears to withstand the harsh, cold climate of the mountains. It best resembles an anemone, although it is not. Temporarily, skip has been named Pharflungaea anemonimi alikemus, as the top botanists are still tearing their hair out in trying to ascertain the actual order, family, genus and species of the flower called skip. Rare flower, indeed, our skip is.
2008-11-18 11:35:26
The Three Happy Lambs on the same page again! ;-) Lovely picture, Lilly!
2008-11-18 10:37:13
thanks skippy...
2008-11-18 10:29:26
This has to be one of your best hummingbirds yet lilly, you really know how to find the good pic's!