Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Plants of Greek Mythology Via




I found this irresistible, said Princess Haiku, a link to the plants and herbs of Greek Mythology. If you are fascinated by forbidden pomegranates, weeping laurel, daphne, etc. enter this door.

8 comments:

antonia said...

great link. I love that too, so many rare flowers. you have a fascinating blog, Grimaud and flowers and beautiful things. everyhting one needs.

Zazie said...

Hi Princess,

I'm fine, thanks!
What about you?

Now I'm listening a czech radio... Radio Beat. It remembers me when I was there...

Your blog is always beautiful!

Princess Haiku said...

Thanks for stopping to visit, Antonia; your blog has an intriguing name; Flowerville. Will have to find out what grows there. :)

Siren said...

thanks for visiting my blog... i read ur About Me and can see that you mus b a v beautiful person. do keep in touch...

celestine

Antonia said...

thanks for visiting at my place, too - yes flowerville is the only place, really fall in love with that, the idea to have a ville with flwoers and all sorts of nice things. and your blog is such a flowerville, too, even more so, for more flowers are here.

goatman said...

Nice poppy here. Mine are just beginning to shoot up their stems for a stab at the sun. I eargerly await the result.
Thanks for visiting.

d. chedwick bryant said...

today i was outside planting flowers and you kept popping into my head, because you are the Flower Princess! The rain drove me indoors eventually. My abnormal summer has receded and apparently real spring weather has returned, hpe it stays spring for the whol month of May! there wll be plenty of time for summer when sumer comes! flowers need the rain! roses are thirsty!

Naomi said...

That was an interesting link. So many flowers and plants mentioned there.