The are the main flower that grow along the countryside and up and down the Doc's street and have rose colored and lavender blooms. Thanks!
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Sure hope you do John! Thanks for trying. You like Doc Martin? I have never watch reruns so much on a show. I sure hope they hurry with the new shows!
Yes Jackie, I love the show. I even wrote a hub about it to try to promote it's appeal. Those flowers aren't really clear but they aren't pelargoniums or geraniums are they?
I am pretty sure they are not geraniums but I will look up the other flower you mention. I will look for that hub!
Will try; thanks!
It very well could be Hawthorn, which is native to Europe and is grown for hedges. I looked at some pics on Bing of the show and the bushes look like a hawthorn hedge.I had Hawthorn bushes in California.
I couldn't replace Martin but I got a photo in, below.
I will look those up Phyllis; thanks for all your trouble!
No, Phyllis, I know the hollyhock well (love them!); this is more of a bush flower. I thought at first it was something I thought was called stonehedge but I cannot even find those so I am wrong there too, apparently! lol I noticed white blooms too.
Oh - Okay. "Tall growing flower" made me think of a single stalk with flowers on it. I did not know you meant a high-growing bush. Sorry, Jackie.
I believe those are Hawthorn, Jackie.
Thanks Phyllis; I did look them up but still couldn't tell. All the hawthorns I saw looked like big bushes or almost trees.
You can see several kinds on Bing images. The Holy Glastonbury Thorn was a hawthorn tree. Some bushes are smal and some quite tall which are pruned into hedges. https://www.flickr.com/photos/jumpforjoy2010/57376...
I found it and it is hedge stone or stone hedge; it says both but I cannot put it here!! They look just like mine but are not rubbery or waxy looking like mine.