Bergenia cordifolia-Bergenia flower close-up

Bergenia is a beautiful ornamental flower.
The cone-shaped flowers in varying shades of pink and the glossy green leaves of Bergenia cordifolia are very showy.

Though, Bergenia are hardy plants that can grow in climates with extreme temperature ranges and they do well in most soils, I've never seen them in gardens.
I took these photos in the Botanical Garden.
Bergenia flowers-close-up
Do you know what is the common name for Bergenia?
It is called pig squeak due to the sound produced when two leaves are rubbed together.
Bergenia cordifolia

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Unknown said...

Beautiful flowers again.
great photographs.

eileeninmd said...

They are very pretty flowers. Love the color and the cone shaped flowers.

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Beautiful flower to carry such an odd name. Well shot.

Darryl and Ruth : )

DeniseinVA said...

Fantastic photos of beautiful flowers. Thanks for sharing.

Rosie Nixon Fluerty said...

You've probably guessed it Maia already but I've got them growing in my garden - pale pink and a darker pink. I call them elephants ears - never heard of pig squeak before - I must try that out!

Anonymous said...

These flowers are just lovely - thank you for identifying this plant, because I did not know it's name.

chasity said...

i've tried growing them without much luck....
but they are adorable!

Maude Lynn said...

What a lovely pink!

Betty Manousos said...

I love your photography!
I can almost smell those beautiful flowers!
Hope you have a great week ahead!
B :)

Janie said...

Interesting and not so pretty name for a beautiful flower. Lovely captures!

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