Sunday, August 9, 2009

Today's Flower.......

I know this is some sort of wildflower, no idea what it is though?










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17 comments:

Carletta said...

Hi Gill,
I think what you have here is Milkweed.
Love the stairs below and the bookcase - gorgeous work!

msdewberry said...

I don't know what it is either but if it is a weed its a pretty one!!

Naturegirl said...

Very pretty..you have introduced us to many wild flowers!! Enjoy your week! :)NG

2sweetnsaxy said...

I don't know what this is either but the shots are great. :-)

Digital Flower Pictures said...

Nice series of wildflower pictures.

i beati said...

watumaking lovely in a field sandy

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Milkweed, Gill. And monarch butterflies LOVE it. It grows interesting pods that release silky parachutes in the fall. ;-)

Pat - Arkansas said...

Gill, I think what you have there is "Heart-leafed Milkweed". It's beautiful! Should attract butterflies.

Thanks for sharing your photo.

April said...

Lovely blushing wildflower! Very pretty individual flowers!

Rosamaria said...

I like wild flowers, they are so beautiful and delicate.

Good week for you, Gill!

jabblog said...

Very interesting and so pretty.

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

Hi Gill,I am so glad you stopped by.I have been a bad blogger. Had to many irons in the fire this summer.
Your stairs look wonderful !!

Catherine said...

Pretty flower. Your stairs and bookcase are fantastic!!
Hope you got through today's heat and humidity okay -- I love it, but this is even a bit much for me!

Arija said...

Whatever it is, it is very pretty!

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

Whatever it is - it's pretty. A

CannedAm said...

Are you seeing Monarch butterflies around? Anywhere I find a patch of these I'm seeing quite a few. I've heard the blossoms are a treat for people too (though the rest of the plant will make us sick.) Haven't tried them though...

Denise said...

I am glad your wildflower was identified. Always enjoy learning what they are. Great shots, thanks for sharing.