29 April 2007

On the River Wall

Flowers like these have cropped up all along the walls separating the footpaths from the river. I haven't a clue what they're called, but they seem so delicate compared to the big stones used for the walls.

5 comments:

blueboat said...

I don't know what they are either, but aren't they gorgeous!

RamblingRound said...

They are pretty and oh so delicate.

Tavia said...

Thanks for writing this.

Anonymous said...

They are ivy-leaved toadflax. They grow nearly all year round. The usual colour is pink with a little yellow.

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