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Thank you for letting me know. I had never seen it before and was immediately struck by its beauty and delicacy. :)
The plant is Solanum. It's related to the Deadly Nightshade, tomato and potato. Thought you might like to know that :-)
The stems don't appear as sturdy as an azalea or rhododendron...or as tightly knit and the petals aren't as wispy. To stand back and look at it...it was about 7 feet tall and would move in the breeze like a young lilac.
Is it one of the azaleas or rhododendrons?
Thank you. I don't know what it is called. I took this picture in my cousin's back garden in north London. It is really more like a lilac bush in size.
Nice puzzle. What is the flower?
What a nice puzzle. What type of flower is this?