Flower Friday ~ Blue (something)…


Friday 16 October, 2015 by Uncle Spike


Not sure on this one. At first I thought it looked like a blue hydrangea, but like a tiny version. Any ideas you green-fingered experts out there?



20 thoughts on “Flower Friday ~ Blue (something)…

  1. Peter S says:

    It does look like a type of ceanothus – that’s a native of the US and Canada – maybe it was transplanted.


  2. janegundogan says:

    I actually saw it the other day in Mersin and remarked to Kemal how I would love it in our garden. He didn’t know what it was either (which makes his horticulture degree pretty worthless lol)


  3. fredrieka says:

    butterfly bush I think


  4. aj vosse says:

    Blue blue?? 😉 Pretty blue?? 😛

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  5. lamputts says:

    Looks like some sort of ceanothus to me. Lovely whatever 🙂


  6. Sure looks like hydrangea leaves. Might be some hybrid ..


  7. AnnetteM says:

    Sorry no idea either, but it is really pretty.

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  8. dayphoto says:

    I don’t know, but it’s beautiful!


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