Showing you the daily view from Knoxville, Tennessee since April 2008
Heehee, I posted a photo of the same flower (but mine was white) early in my blog and Shantaram in India identified it for me. It's called a Madagascar Periwinkle or Vinca or Myrtle, genus Catharanthus. There are eight types and it's those waxy leaves that I use to identify them.
Oh they are so pretty!
Hilda, you are too cool! Thanks for the answer!
Hilda beat me to it! Its called Vinca here and flowers from now right through the summer.Pretty flower, pretty photo :)
I was going to say Vinca and then see Hilda already said it.
And depending on their size they are Vinca Major or Vinca Minor. I used to try to grow them under a birch tree in our front yard. I love the color and they look so pretty in your shot!-Kim
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