Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Wordless Wednesday - Our Passionfruit


  1. oooooO! Lovely! Poppy!x
    Growing up as a Catholic l was taught..
    That several parts of the plant, including the petals, rays, and sepals,
    symbolized features of the Passion of Christ. The flower's five petals
    and five petal~like sepals represented the 10 apostles who remained faithful
    to Jesus throughout the Passion. The circle of hairlike rays above the petals
    suggested the crown of thorns that Jesus wore on the day of His death, and
    the sepals the nails used on the cross..
    It's a lovely of my favourites...! :).

  2. awesum flowerz poppy Q.....doez mum like de fruit ? ☺☺♥♥

  3. Passion flowers! How lovely to see, Poppy. Thank mum for sending out
    the photo. All is leafless and brown in Ohio, so this is definitely
    cheerful. Precious is watching her 100 Goldfinch in the back yard
    eating us out of house and home of bird food.

  4. Wow, wonderful crop. By the time I get to Dad's place in Tauranga his will have few flowers but, hopefully, plenty of fruit. Do enjoy!

  5. Will your mum be able to eat that fruit, Poppy, or is it for the birds?