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Phalaenopsis parishii, a very small orchid...

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Bulbophyllum falcatum, an even tinier orchid... there are several color forms, this is the "red bract" one. Each flower is about 0.25"
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Sainpaulia, I think. My mum loves them, her house is full of them and she pushes some on me though I hate them.

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One Little Flower.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Tonytee Quote
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A very pretty little thing, Tony. Any idea what it is?
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QuoteOriginally posted by OrchidJulie Quote
A very pretty little thing, Tony. Any idea what it is?

Thanks Julie. I am not certain, so I will have to check and get back to you.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Tonytee Quote
Thanks Julie. I am not certain, so I will have to check and get back to you.

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Great, thanks, Tony. Probably it won't grow here <sigh>, but it's quite lovely.
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QuoteOriginally posted by OrchidJulie Quote
Great, thanks, Tony. Probably it won't grow here <sigh>, but it's quite lovely.
Hello Julie,

Here is the information on that flower. It is also known as: "Million Bells."

Calibrachoa
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Calibrachoa is a genus of plants in the Solanaceae family. They are evergreen short-lived perennials and subshrubs with a sprawling habit, with small petunia-type flowers.

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Thanks a million, Tony. Not familiar to me, I shall have to do some reading/searching. Solanaceae are the "nightshade" family, includes potatoes (of all things!) and some other ornamentals.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Tonytee Quote
Hello Julie,

Here is the information on that flower. It is also known as: "Million Bells."

Calibrachoa
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Calibrachoa is a genus of plants in the Solanaceae family. They are evergreen short-lived perennials and subshrubs with a sprawling habit, with small petunia-type flowers.

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Update...turns out they DO grow here, actually can be perennials in this climate (grown as annuals in northern climes). Who knew? And the hybris come in a bazillion colors, too. Now, to find some... thank you!
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Purple dead nettle (Lamium purpureum)
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Update...turns out they DO grow here, actually can be perennials in this climate (grown as annuals in northern climes). Who knew? And the hybris come in a bazillion colors, too. Now, to find some... thank you!

Hello Julie.

You are of course, most welcome. My pleasure and it just tickles me that I was of some assistance to you. I do enjoy your images and your expertise as well.

Rgds,

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