Ipomoea indica heeft bloemen die gedurende de dag
verkleuren van diepblauw naar donkerpaars.
Ze groeit het best in volle zon.
I found these breathtaking-blue flowers
near Nietzsche’s Terrace, Nice.

Convolvulaceae (Bindweed family) = dagwinde
(“Morning Glory”: slechts één dag open)

Georgia O’Keeffe explained in a 1946 interview
in the New York Post why she painted colossal flowers:
” When you take a flower in your hand
and really look at it,” she said, cupping her hand
and holding it close to her face,
“it’s your world for the moment.
I want to give that world to someone else.
Most people in the city rush around so,
they have no time to look at a flower.
I want them to see it whether they want to or not.”

zie: incorporare/decorporare
zie: Foxgloves and Snapdragons
zie: Il faut méditerraniser
zie: Georgia O’Keeffe
zie: Ruikers met Guirlande van Hieke Luik
zie: Smilax(Struikwinde)

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