Macro Monday: mystery plant with puffy purple flowers and white leaves

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Today I’m taking part in Macro Monday at Lisa’s ChaosRemember you can click on each image to see it in a larger format. And if you like what you see, I encourage you to subscribe so you can enjoy the new photos I post a few times a week.

I recently visited the San Diego Botanic Garden and photographed the flowers below. I love that garden for the variety of plants I can see there, but it really bugs me to realize only half of them seem to have a label. So I have no idea what the flowers below are. All I can say is, they’re puffy pinkish purple (mostly purple) flowers and their shrub leaves are so light green, they look almost white. This gives a very interesting background to the flowers. If you know what this plant with puffy purple flowers  is, please share in the comments section below. Enjoy!

Macro Monday: purple flowers and white leaves
Macro Monday: purple flowers and white leaves
Macro Monday: purple flowers with thin, long petals
Macro Monday: purple flowers with thin, long petals
Macro Monday: Close-up of purple flowers with skinny petals
Macro Monday: Close-up of purple flowers with skinny petals

6 thoughts on “Macro Monday: mystery plant with puffy purple flowers and white leaves

  1. I’ve never seen flowers like that before – especially with white leaves. They make me think of fireworks or coral. I love that last really close up one!

    • I wish I knew what it was called. I love that botanic garden but labeling only half the plants defeats the purpose of educating its visitors.

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