Floral Notes

Flowers are the music of the ground
From earth’s lips spoken without sound;
from the poem “Flowers” By Edwin Curran

Gratitude to Grandmother Ellen “Gem”, for sharing these words with me in response to my last post. The following photos were taken at Dunedin Botanic Garden’s Australia collection, 18 Jan 2022. New Zealand.

Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2022)

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  1. The quote is a perfect accompaniment to your lovely photos! I am honored and pleased that you chose to add them on this post. Forgive my failure to add a comment yesterday. That was an unforgiveable offense when you had so kindly mentioned my small contribution. “A wrongdoer is often a man who has left something undone, not always one who has done something.” – Marcus Aurelius in “Meditations” : The Oct. 2006 Penguin Classics Series affordable paperback book is a must read! Thank-YOU!!

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        1. Oh that must’ve been wonderful! Photos I’ve seen from there made me think how wonderful those gardens are, and my impression has been that they have quite a few NZ plants there too!

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