Saturday, April 06, 2019

A to Z Quelque Fleurs de France (Some Flowers of France)

A to Z Challenge HERE

Fleurs = Flowers in English

Now I’m not going to try and name all of these beauties. Some of them I do know their names in English, but some I don’t, so I will just let you peruse and enjoy these lovely flowers of different shapes, sizes and kinds that I found during visits to France.

Roses on my mother-in-laws neighbor's house
Flowers are a kind of symbol in France. Towns are named “Villes Fleuris” Flowered Towns, in honor of how many flowers, plants, landscaping they invest in. The level that some places take this to is astounding and so easy on the eyes. Talk about “eye candy”, flowers are generally found all over the place, depending on the time of year, and location.
So, amusez-vous bien!(Have a good time!)


Peonies in Blagnac almost the size of my head!

Tulips in Cornebarrieu

Wisteria in Cornebarrieu

A type of poppy I'd never seen before

Filling the air with beauty in Blagnac

Flowers near the "toilets" at the park in Blagnac

In a garden in Mérens-les-Vals

A flowerbed in Blagnac in front of the church

Also in a garden in Mérens-les-Vals

A "get well" bouquet for my mother-in-law

Bed in front of the "Marie" in Cornebarrieu

Hanging bouquet in Martre-Tolosane

In Saint-Félix in the Lauragais

Croix Occitane in a park in Saint-Félix

Climbing roses doing their job with gusto!

Missed some of my A to Z 2019 posts? Well look no further...
 


All photos by Buie-Collard

6 comments:

  1. Tres belle.
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  2. Beautiful photos! Those flowers are great, and yes, we like to have a lot around us in the streets ;)) Having the label "Ville fleurie" and 3 flower signs (label comes from 1 to 3 flowers) is very important and a challenge for some cities and their inhabitants. This street sign sit proudly just below the name at the entrance of the city or village.
    Hugs from France ;)

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  3. How fun that you took all these beautiful photos in many different places - really gives a great representation of what France has to offer when it comes to flowers!

    Loved that one with the Wisteria... I wonder if the two homeowners are small :) I'd be hitting my head everytime I went out or came home!!

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    1. I know what you mean Mark! But it isn't actually as low as it seems in the photo, even though, there are a lot of short French people!

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  4. How beautiful. It is the season of flowering trees here in Atlanta and those with allergies are suffering. I wonder if flower pollen is as powerful as tree pollen.

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  5. All these flowers look stunning - love your pictures.

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