Monday, July 6, 2009

Ruby Tuesday



These are the wonderful fuschia hedges in this part of Ireland. They aren't native but they grow wild and form most of the hedge fences in Dingle. This one is actually in Killarney at the Muckross farm.

In Irish the name of this flower is "God's tears".

More red here...

6 comments:

Hootin' Anni said...

Fuschia, hedges? Whoa...I bet that is just too gorgeous for words.

My R T is posted, if you'd like to stop by sometime today. Have a great Tuesday.

~Just me again~ said...

Those are beautiful!

luna miranda said...

i've never seen this flower before---they're beautiful. love the color!

Marie Reed said...

Wow! They certainly are healthy and thriving! What beautiful tears God has!

Rudee said...

What a beautiful name local name for such a pretty flower.

storyteller said...

These look like Bleeding Heart Fuschias ... my favorites! I've never SEEN a fuschia hedge before ... impressive ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

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