I captured these beauties in a little park in Napier. I have never seen them before, but they remind me of
cotton candy candy floss. If you know their name, I do hope you let me know.
*edit* Thanks to Donna over at Gardens Eye View, this is a Joey flower. Upon further research, it's a native to Australia and very heat resistant and they call it Mulla Mulla. Thanks so much, Donna!!
They do so look like fairy floss - so soft and fluffy. Lovely photo.
What a beautiful flower ! Never seen such !
Very pleasing to eyes.
I don't think I've ever seen those before, but they are certainly attractive.
They look so soft and bulky
Very pretty pink blooms.. Lovely images. Enjoy your day!
Sorry I don't know the name of this stunning flower. they look like pink feathers...
I decided to look up these flowers...here's what I found: Ptilotus Exaltatus or Joey Flower
I don`t know the name ,too. But they look wonderful.
They are beautiful (and suddenly I am wondering if I have any peppermints in the cupboard).
What a pretty and unusual looking flower. It reminds me of those "fake" colored Christmas trees only in miniature.
Oh how pretty! Nice photo - great composition.
I love cotton candies. These flowers are so beautiful. Indeed with a very delicate color. Very soothing to the eyes.
Oh how pretty and delicate looking and NOT snow covered.. Thank you for linking in Bettyl.... Michelle
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