dimanche 12 octobre 2008

Raisin des teinturiers











Dans la cour de l'hôtel de Vauluisant de Troyes on peut encore voir des fleurs et des fruits de "raisin des teinturiers". Vigne de Judée ou herbe à la laque.


In front of the hotel of Vauluisant can be seen flowers and fruits of poke root ( phytolacca decandra).
Pour voir d'autres fleurs rendez-vous sur le site,
to see more today's flower have a look on

23 commentaires:

ilanadavita a dit…

Any idea where the name comes from?

mirage2g a dit…

This is new to me, interesting flowers....thanks for sharing!

My flowers are here. Have a nice week!

Carletta a dit…

I'm very familiar with poke berries here in West Virginia (US). I find it amusing they are in front of a gorgeous hotel.
Lovely images!

Neal a dit…

When I was a kid my mom would make us go out in the spring and pick poke when it was just 5-10 inches tall. She would roll it in cormeal and fry it and as I recall it was really good.

Gill - That British Woman a dit…

I thought they were elderberries, I am not familiar with poke berries. Great photos.....

Gill in Canada

krisuh a dit…

These are strange to me but they look lovely.

ellen b. a dit…

Very cool. I don't think I've ever seen these before!

Arija a dit…

Thank you, that is a plant I have no personal acquaintance with.

fishing guy a dit…

Deslilas: What a neat shot of the weed. I have these growing wild behind my yard.The castle is really neat.

Lizete Vicari a dit…

Belas flores e frutos!
Quase uma uva. Um abraço. lili

Pea in a Pod a dit…

Beautiful!~I love that building shot:)Mine is posted HERE. Happy TF~

Dulce a dit…

So delicate!!

Paz a dit…

Beautiful flowers. Very nice for the location.

Paz

Só- Poesias e outros itens a dit…

Thanks for sharing beautiful place and flowers.


Ju Gioli

Your EG Tour Guide a dit…

We call it (or something very much like it) pokeweed. I think it's very pretty. ;-)

Denise BC a dit…

Hi, Deslilas
wonderful, flowers and fruits, great contribution, thank you for sharing so much beauty.
hugs, Denise & Santilli

Leora a dit…

Interesting. In New Jersey those are considered "invasive", so one tries not to have them grow in one's garden. Love the old hotel.

Denise a dit…

Wonderful photos, beautiful flowers. Thanks for sharing.

2sweetnsaxy a dit…

Great photos, especially of that old building. Such character!

Old Wom Tigley a dit…

Both flowers, fruit and the hotel are a joy to see... Happy Monday to you Deslilas.

Tom

RuneE a dit…

The flower and fruit is unknown to me, but somehow it fittet well with biulding.

Laura a dit…

It looks interesting but is still beautiful!

Luiz Santilli Jr a dit…

Deslilas

Votre post c'est trés interéssante et informatif!

Merci pour être avec nous!

Luiz