This was taken last summer at Riverside park. Does anyone know its name? As usual, I have no idea.
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Last week, I posted a photo of white Hydrangeas. Today, it’s the purple’s turn. I also took this photo last summer. This morning, I passed by this location. In place of the purple Hydrangeas is an empty bush covered with snow.
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This week, I’m giving you all a break and not asking you the name of this flower. LOL! It’s a miracle that I happen to know that this is a Morning Glory. It’s a miracle, I tell you!
Thanks for always helping me learn the names of flowers. I love to learn something new from y’all.
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Found in the flowerbox on the stoop of an apartment building. Anyone know the name of these flowers?
Ed. Note: Thanks to Gisela, I learn that these are Petunias. Very nice!
From the archives:
Here’s another flower that I’d like to know the name. Anyone know?
Ed. Note: Thanks, everyone, for confirming that this is a Coneflower. Bonnie points out that officially, the flower is called:
echinacea |Ã‹Å’ekÃ‰â„¢Ã‹Ë†nÃ„Â sh Ã‰â„¢|
a North American coneflower. It is used in herbal medicine, largely for its antibiotic and wound-healing properties. • Genus Echinacea, family Compositae: several species, in particular the purple coneflower.