L’image du mer-fleurie (2013-10-23)

Fleur donnée par un voisin (2013-10-20) / Flower given by a neighbor (2013-10-20)
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Quelqu’un peut-il l’identifier ? / Can someone identify this flower ?
MàJ: Après un peu plus d’une heure de recherche intensive sur l’internet à essayer différents mots clés descriptifs et à inspecter images après images, je crois avoir finalement identifié cette fleur. Il s’agirait d’une Tradescantia pallida (Rose) aussi appelée Setcreasea purpurea B.M. Boom et plus communément connue sous les noms anglais de “purple heart”, “purple queen” ou “wandering jew”. Est-ce que ça a de l’allure?

Update: After nearly an hour of intensive research on the internet trying different descriptive keywords and inspecting picture after picture, I think I finally identified this flower. It seems to be a Tradescantia pallida (Rose) also called Setcreasea purpurea BM Boom and more commonly known as “purple heart”, “purple queen” or “wandering jew”. Does it sound right?

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