Flowers of Italy

These photos are the last set from Italy, I promise! Sorrento and Pompeii had so many beautiful flowers growing on walls, fields and parks, and I couldn’t resist taking loads of photos. I have no idea what their names, but they were pretty and smelled amazing.

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4 thoughts on “Flowers of Italy

  1. I think the first one is wisteria… think… and you definitely have some poppies in there too. I love wisteria, there’s loads of it growing over by the library in the university

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