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....and a bee at Queen's Park Gardens, Toowoomba.
The Carnival of Flowers is on for 10 days and we went on Sunday.

Toowoomba is 125km (75miles) west of Brisbane (1.5 hour drive) on the edge of the Great Dividing Range and is 700 metres above sea level. Because of this elevation it has a cooler & dryer climate than Brisbane.
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Thanks snooker & Suzy:))


The colors are so close! Nicely done, Rob. Way behind in puzzles-have company for 5 days, and it cramps my jigidi time. :(

Great collage and a great set, Rob. Thanks.


Thanks Lunie!


What a lovely tale...just like the flowers! Tfs.


Thanks Nev - it was a fun place to visit too!!

Thanks Janet - you'll have to bookmark it for next year:)))

I was surprised at how close the colours were to each other smllpkg - thanks:)))


Beautiful shade of pink.


Gorgeous flowers, gorgeous colours! Thanks Rob. LOVE the Foxgloves. Hugs, janet


A fabulous set today, Rob. Colourful and cheery. Thanks.


LOL!! I was surprised at how close they matched when I collaged them Barb:))) Thanks!!


LOL Rob....color coordinated even though they are two different flowers...Thanks!


Thanks els2 - this is a native Aboriginal name too - or a derivation of one! There were a couple of sketchy stories of the origin, but the most likely one is:
A third version and a widely accepted theory of the use of Toowoomba's name comes from Mrs Alford, wife of James Alford, one of the first businessmen in both Drayton and Toowoomba. It is believed that Mrs Alford asked the local Indigenous people what they called the area. They replied 'Woomba, Woomba'' meaning 'the springs and the water underneath.' The Alford's realised that two woombas would not be a suitable name for their house and store but by using TOO which is also a type of plural it would become Toowoomba.

Thanks els2!!

Thanks roseheather - I just corrected the title:)))) I'm not up on all my flower names:)))


Thanks Lyndee:))

Whoops!! I'll change it right away Beekay:))) Thanks !!!


Beautiful. The one on the right looks like foxglove.

I like the Indian name in MI of Tecumseh, a city in SE MI. Els, I worked on Mackinac Is. and it is pronounced like Mackinaw City. Both have the "gnaw" sound on the end.


Love the name, Toowoomba. We have Indian names in Michigan, USA, too. Mackinaw Island (pronounced Mack in ack) means Turtle, I'm told.


Robyn, I think the lovely flower on the right is a Foxglove (Digitalis). Beautiful set of flowers :-))


Love your set of flowers Robyn.

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