The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
In your garden? Cool! And the name of the plant is so interesting.
Simply beautiful Jams!!Happy WW! :)
What a gorgeous plant. I love the way you photographed it.
Nice... and I like the repeating pattern.
I love it!!!
This is something I have never seen before and it's so unusual. At least to me. Fabulous pattern repetition and the variety of greens is great.Happy WW!!
It is a lovely photo and the name is very apt :-)
Cats and gardens - a good combination.
I have never seen that before. You must have one fantabulous garden. Mine is a little crunchy at the moment due to malfunctioning sprinklers and a smidge of neglect.......but that's summer holidays for you.Cheers
That planet is new to me. It's really interesting.
Very special :)Never seen before !!In the middle is that white a bloom?You have special flowers in your garden ;)
Thanks everyone,Our garden is not very large, It is rahter wild but we do have some great plants if I say so myself!
I have never seen one before either. Great pic Jams, and thank you for stopping by my blogs :)
The way you captured it is very creative. Happy WW.
Nicely captured!My entries:Moms... Check NyoYummy-as-can-be
It's a beautiful plant. Happy WW.
What the?? Are those really undies? lol...If not, Ive never seen anything like it. Happy WW:)
LOL~ At first glance, I thought I was seeing lined up white underpants!! :P
lovely.Check out the beauty of Canadian Rockies at Kananaskis
i've never seen anything like that before. Happy WW!
Great shot, Jams. Very creative. http://blondesherry.blogspot.com/2009/07/ww-guess-what.html
Unusual plant for me, haven´t seen it before actually. I love the striped leaves.
Beautiful shot. Very interesting.
I thought I caught you with your pants down!! lol
Really interesting plant. I can see how it might have gotten it's name.
That was an interesting shot! It took me a while to figure out what it was... I know, slow. But I'm sleepy! :-)
Thanks everyoneHe ECL, I'm hairy but not that hairy!
Damn Jams that is the most interesting plant/flower I have seen... ever I think way cool!
haven't seen that plant before but it's beautiful! thanks for sharing!
That's amazing! Definitely britches!
very artistic -- both the plant and the shot!
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