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Flower Identification

By GordonLack  
Thanks for all your votes and comments over the last few days of uploads, very much appreciated. Life as always is a little busy and at present am having to click and run but hopefully that will change in the near future.

Todays image is of the flower of a house plant that we have not been able to identify, your help would be appreciated.

Many Thanks gordonSmile

Tags: Flower Petals Flowers and plants House plant

Voters: phillG, Mollycat, NDODS and 15 more


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Mollycat Plus
4 11 2 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2013 7:31AM
Lovely crisp image. It looks like a type of fuchia.GrinGrinGrin

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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2013 7:36AM
What ever it is so very beautiful and so very well photographed against the stark black backdrop which has allowed the beautiful colours to appear crisp and fresh Gordon.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
That's familiar.....my neighbour has one.....I will ask for you. Fiona
rontear Plus
14 8 8 England
25 Sep 2013 10:36AM
Good colour and detail Gordon.
Ron
TonyDy Plus
8 7 3 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2013 11:16AM
This is the flower of Bilbergia Nutans, a bromeliad, also known as Queens Tears and Angels Tears.
I have grown this for years and it is a good plant to have as it multiplies readily with new shoots from the base which can then be detached and rooted.
Very good image.
Tony
25 Sep 2013 11:25AM
Can't help with the ID, but it's a lovely shot Grin
boov 4 2 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2013 12:22PM
Beauty
25 Sep 2013 12:43PM

Quote:This is the flower of Bilbergia Nutans, a bromeliad, also known as Queens Tears and Angels Tears.
I have grown this for years and it is a good plant to have as it multiplies readily with new shoots from the base which can then be detached and rooted.
Very good image.
Tony



Thanks Tony very much appreciated

Gordon
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 13 Canada
25 Sep 2013 1:50PM
whatever it is, it's lovely and well captured.......Sandy

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