Sunday, August 15, 2010

Today's Flower...

I don't know the name of this flower but it is pretty.  It didn't flower last year, so maybe its a biennial?  Does anyone know it's name?





It has these very large leaves.
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17 comments:

Carletta said...

Hi Gill,
We have a flower very similar that blooms this time of year but not with those large leaves.
Looks like a lovely bright spot in your garden!

Lui said...

Oh Gill, I think it's called Sunny or Joy ;-)

from a Clueless Keeper :-)

Luna Miranda said...

happy yellow flowers. cool shots.

eileeninmd said...

Gill, it is a very pretty flower. Love the bright yellow color. It looks similiar to some wildflowers I see all the time but the leaves are different. Sorry, I can not help with the name.

eileeninmd said...

Gill, it is a very pretty flower. Love the bright yellow color. It looks similiar to some wildflowers I see all the time but the leaves are different. Sorry, I can not help with the name.

Anonymous said...

Hello Gill,
Your plant is called ligularia.
Kathleen

Evelyn said...

I am not sure what they are, have seen them and am now curious to find out

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

hummmm? let me think

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Gill, I'm no help, but I really love the color of this flower especially this time of year as things are starting to fade.

Hope your weekend is ending on a good note!

Denise said...

I don't know it's name either but it's gorgeous. Lovely photos including your header.
An English Girl Rambles

BJ Roan said...

Whatever it is, it's beautiful!

Judy said...

Lovely flower, but I am intrigued by that recipe, so if you will pardon me, I am going to copy it out...

EG Wow said...

Love this ligularia, Gill. I have one blooming in my garden now too. This one is particularly pretty! :)

Karine said...

That's a very pretty flower, I'm glad some people were able to give you its name!

LC said...

I always think the nicest thing about this particular cultivar of ligularia is the flower buds just as they think about opening! Larry

Arija said...

You really show the produce of a golden summer.
Loved your jams as well.

Rose said...

I am glad EG knew the name of the flower...now I hope I can remember.