Monday, December 28, 2009

Thai Landscape for Ruby Tuesday



Red bricks are common roofing in Thailand even in its early history. Not only are Thais known for their distinct architecture but  also for their horticultural talents. Well-trimmed hedges are seen everywhere in Thailand.

I love these flowers grown at the park in preparation for the birthday of His Majesty the King on December 5. Can anyone please tell me the name of this flower?
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12 comments:

Juliet said...

I wish i know the name of that flowers they are pretty. Thanks for the visit and followed you blog. tc :-)

chubskulit said...

I think they are poppies but I am not sure hehehe.

My Ruby Tuesday. Wishing you and your family a happy new year!

nice A said...

Juliet, thanks for the visit, too. I'll blog-hop to your RT entries later.

nice A said...

@chubskulit, I think that's the name. Let me confirm by searching it on the net.
Thanks a lot, dear.

nuts said...

wow! I don't know the nanme but Im familiar with those flowers..

btw.. thanks for all your support.

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful photos, are the flowers hollyhocks? They are a very pretty color.

Quilt Works said...

Beautiful flowers, I also like how you chose the background!

nice A said...

Thanks, eileenmd. I checked it on the net and, yes, its' hollycock. I'll remember that name from now on.

nice A said...

nuts & quilt works, thanks a lot for your nice comments.

concretenprimroses said...

Lovely pic and the red hollyhock in the foreground is quite striking. Althea rosea, I believe.
Kathy

Manang Kim said...

Love this flower too..I could only see this when it is spring and summer here. Nice that you have all the time to see these beautiful flowers the whole year through. Thanks for sharing and Happy New Year!

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CafebyJW said...

Beautiful red.

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