I am a British born, living in Canada. Moved from the countryside in June 2014 to an "Active Adult Community" which is a whole new way of life.
My blog is about all aspects of my daily life.
It looks like liatris (common name - gay feather) to me - one of my favorites!
very gorgeous...dunno it's name though...have a great weekend
GillWonderful flower!I think that flowers are always beautiful and perfects!Thanks for visit TODAY'S FLOWERS.TF is a great flower shop in the world, and we are the florist!Hope you come back next sunaday and forever!Santilli
Hi Gill,It looks like a flower I have called Gay Feather.Hope you're having a great day. Blessins',Lib
Beautiful flower Gill. I don't really know my flowers apart from the more well-known ones. Love the color on this one.
I think it looks similar to a double Larkspur (delphinium) but I am thinking akalittleeva is probably more on track with the liatris.
thank you all for your lovely comments..Gill
Tammy...ah....thank you for the visit. I just joined this growing group today. I just love pictures. I have a wonderful garden in my backyard and I seem to be out there snapping a great deal. I can't wait to share.I love the picture you haven taken. I really don't like to see winter on the way. I guess it opens a whole new world to photography out there.
What a beautiful, soft lilac colour! I don't know the flower, but it is so beautiful!
Ahhhh....a foodie!!!! Thank you for your tomato recipes. I will absolutely check them out. I used to write a foodie blog for a newspaper in North Carolina and my sister and I have one at myvintagekitchen.blogspot.com along with a shop. I LOVE your blog and I will be linking it soon. Thanks again.
lovely liatris, yes such a pretty color isn't it? and that stem of blossoms is so soft and fluffy :) my husband grows bushels of these in the public garden he maintains. they are quite wonderful in large groups.
Love the photos! I have no idea of the flower's name, either, but I've never seen Toronto, so I really enjoyed seeing those.
How well do you think it would grow in the climate, here, Gill? It is beautiful. And if there is a purple flower - I need it! All of them!!!
Dunno what it is but it's gorgeous
It is Kansas GayFeather...they grow wild out in my field, in the pretty lilac that you posted, as well as white. They are really lovely, aren't they?Hugs,'catinhat' at tenthingsfarm.blogspot.com
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