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Friday, July 23, 2010

Sparkle Blush

My sparkle blush are blooming now. Thanks to the seeds that I kept from the previous years before we went to Korea. I grew them this year and I am glad that they are doing pretty well.
I have to save the seeds again this year so I can plant them next year.
PS.. Thanks to Organic Girl for letting me know about the name of this flower. When bought the seeds, the package say Sparkle Blush so I thought that was the name of it lol. The name of the flower is Cleome.


  1. Such unusual and pretty blossoms. I've never heard of sparkle bush before. -EW

  2. Yes, they are so beautiful. It's the first time that I see this kind of flower. Thanks for the homey post. God bless you all always.

  3. Hi and Happy Friday!! The Flower is actually called Cleome or spider flower and they also come in a deep purple. They are one of my favorite flowers to plant and they look great with Cosmos:) Organic Girl

  4. beautiful flowers.. we have one that looks like it, but without the white ones.

    Lovely flowers..

  5. I have never seen this flower, it is wildly fun and beautiful~

  6. Interesting name...and never seen before for me.

  7. Never seen such. Pure beauties.

    Thanks for sharing

  8. A Spider Flower! That makes sense. It looks unusual and very pretty!

  9. What a lovely flower! The color and name is pretty.

  10. this reminds of a flower we used to cover our nails with when we were kids, to make our nails "longer and manicured".:p

  11. Beautiful shots! Very showy blooms.

  12. Pretty blooms. Love the soft pink colour. My first time to see such flower. Great shots, Rose.


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