Sunday, January 10, 2010

Marcela - a native plant to South America



Macela, also known as marcela do campo - a medicinal plant native to South America.

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8 comments:

vincibene said...

Beautiful flower!

Gina said...

Tão singelas, mas com a sua beleza peculiar.
Vivo cada vez mais antenada com as flores que me rodeiam, sejam elas minúsculas, oriundas de plantas daninhas, ou magníficas, exuberantes. Tudo isso é encantador!
Bjs.

Denise said...

Fantastic bright and cheery flowers. Thank you for sharing them.

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Kerri said...

I'm so happy to see those cheery yellow flower, Cris! Our snowy countryside is beautiful but I'm craving color!
I love your header photo. What a peaceful scene it is.
Please soak up some of your southern sunshine for me :)

Moi said...

Like Kerri, I am beginning to crave some color too though i love, winters and all its snowy beauty....
These bright flowers put a cheery spin to my day , Cris :)

I am sorry that I havent been on blogs recently....I hope to catch up with the ones I missed over this weekend....Looks like you haven't been blogging regularly lately either.....been busy, i guess!
Take care :)

guild-rez said...

Haven't visited you for while..
Hoe you are o.k.
Gisela

sonia a. mascaro said...

Que saudades, Cris!

Quando era criança eu adorava travesseiros de macela. O cheirinho era delicioso!
Beijos.

PS: Voltei com o Ecological Day todo o dia 2. Gostaria de ter a sua participação.