A Flower a Week : Bauhinia…

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Bauhinia Corymbosa, this showy, tropical climbing plant smothers a trellis along my side garden and loves the hot, sunny spot.

Look closer and you can see why it has the common names of orchid vine and butterfly vine.

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Nalinki on “Angles and views” is hosting a weekly series called: Flowersoverflowers”, it will be posted every Tuesday. The idea is to bring some more colorful pics of nature into our blogosphere

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26 thoughts on “A Flower a Week : Bauhinia…

  1. How special is this wonderful climber. Beautiful flowers 🙂 Very lovely xx

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  2. great collection! I love our Tuesday series 🙂

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  3. wow, sooo pretty !

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  4. Oh, my, I looked up the tree and it is magnificent! This is a very pretty climber, does it need to be tied to a support or does it ramble happily on its own? And is it scented?

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    • It just rambles on its own every where rampantly, needs heavy pruning every few years or it travels into the neighbours trees. No scent.

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  5. A beautiful flower, and floral display. Does it have a scent as well?

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  6. And the leaf shapes give it another name in Kenya which has 3 indigenous species of bauhinia the ‘camel’s foot’. It is indeed a lovely plant.

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  7. Beautiful Pauline 🙂 I love the shape of the leaf too.

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  8. So beautiful, and there is a tree variety too, how wonderful that must be brightening up a street!

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    • I pass one in a park when I bike to the shopping centre and it is just coming into flower. I must take my camera with me next time I go.

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  9. So pretty! Love the close-up photo of the flower! Could I have your permission to paint it? I will give you credit for the photo. 💜🌺💛

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  10. I know the name and I thought I knew the flower, but I didn’t. Thanks for a beautiful introduction.

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  11. These are gorgeous blooms, Pauline. Terrific photos.

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  12. Very pretty and beautifully photographed. 🙂

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