Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Wildflower Wednesday - Country Mallow & others


The country mallow (abutilon indicum) has silky soft heart shaped pointed leaves and is a food plant for the caterpillar of the Danaid Eggfly butterfly.


Here are some others that i have not identified yet.



















For many more beautiful wildflowers, visit clay and limestone.

4 comments:

Rohrerbot said...

I love the mallow family and look forward to a wonderful wildflower season next month.

Arati said...

ah yes, you must be waiting for winter to end.

Lea s Menagerie said...

Enjoyed seeing your photos!
I don't know what it is, but the last one is my favorite!
Lea

Anonymous said...

I remember these flowers were part of my life in our villages, in good old days. Nostalgic.

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