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Flowers of Hungary as seen along the cycle route
Metasequoia trees as seen near Heviz.
Galleywood common
Deptford pink flowers
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2002: Cycling and spas in eastern Hungarian plains
2005: Hungarian cycle tour: Cycling from Vienna, Austria to Lake Balaton
2007: Cycling tour in western Hungary: castles and spas holiday
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Flowers seen during our Hungary cycling tour.

The following pictures were taken while we were cycling from Győr, on the Danube between Vienna and Budapest, to the west, then via the low hills near the Austrian border down south towards Heviz and finally past the  volcanic hills on the north shore of Lake Balaton to Balatonfüred .  Sept 2007.

Cultivated red flowers
1. Cultivated flowers

Wild pink flowers in the woods along the Danube
2. Wild pink flowers in the woods along the Danube

Wild pink flowers in the woods along the Danube
3. Wild pink flowers in the woods along the Danube

Tiny wild white flowers in the woods along the Danube
4. Tiny wild white flowers in the woods along the Danube

The best wild flower seen on out cycle tour of western Hungary.
5. The best wild flower seen on out cycle tour of western Hungary.

Pink flower, wild, possibly an orchid
6. Pink flower, wild, (not an orchid - see below ) ?

I have identified #6 flower from your cycling in Hungary trip. It is in the same family as the touch-me-mot or jewelweed.   Impatiens glandulifera Balsaminaceae. Please pass this on to any others that were trying to rack their brains.

Sept 2011: Hi Eric!  All the orchids are monocotyledonous. That flowers never have such leaves,

A flower bed in one of the villages
7. A flower bed in one of the villages.

Frog on the lakeside of the Neusidler See, Hungary
8. Frog on the lakeside of the Neusidler See, Hungary.

Red flower in Hungary
9

Sunflower
10. Sunflower, as per the millions grown in the fields.

White flower
11. Jimpsom Weed, not sure of spelling or another nick name Jamestown Weed. It is hallucinogenic but smells very nice and blooms at night. Originally thought to be moonflower because of the night blooming until finding it in an herb book.

Unusual flowers growing on silicate rock
12.  Unusual flowers growing on rare rock made up gravel "field of stones" embedded in a matrix of silicate magma.

Please if anyone can identify these wild flowers please say what it the correct botanical flower name against the twelve numbers above and email to me at eric@satsig.net

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