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what are these?

comments (5) April 18th, 2013 in gallery
megz1308 megz1308, member
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These are beautifully vibrate flowers and I would like to know what they are. I have been told they may be a type of daisy but can't find another photo similar to them, please help. =]



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diggininthedirt writes: Hi, this is Cineraria (Pericallis, Senetti). I have a container of them and the flowers are just about faded :-(. They are available in a couple of shades of bright blues and purples.

http://allthingsplants.com/plants/view/528006/Florists-Cineraria-Pericallis-Senetti-Deep-Blue/ Posted: 11:17 am on June 27th
goosie3 writes: I'm a little late to this conversations, but just saw this and did Google reverse search image. This may be Anemone blanda 'Ingramii or Anemone blanda 'Blue Shades. Check this website out: http://www.pottertons.co.uk/ Posted: 8:01 pm on April 30th
megz1308 writes: i will post the only other photo i have of them, shows abit more leaf Posted: 8:55 am on April 19th
tntreeman writes: Cineraria? but i would need to see more leaf to be sure Posted: 4:44 pm on April 18th
stephiegardens writes: Absolutely gorgeous!! I've never seen this before... Posted: 8:15 am on April 18th
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