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04-21-2015, 12:30 PM - 1 Like   #781
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Got this one this evening. Never seen it before in my yard. Flower is less than a dime, about match stick size. It's on a tall stem, and I saw no leaves to be able to identify it that way. There were four of them growing about 6 inches apart. And those are all I saw.

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No idea, don't think I've ever seen that one...

Verbena. Whole cluster is about the size of a quarter



Vervain. Relative of Verbena, about the same size but not in clusters.

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From today around the property. Trying for 1:1.1















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Unfortunately, for me anyway, I can no longer see photobucket loaded photos on my Opera browser. I'll look at them later on my tablet Norm.
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Photolady - After another look, your description and the yellow areas in the base of the flower kind of reminds me of Blue Eyed Grass, but folded in on itself later on in the day as it dies back.

EDIT- After posting I noticed a couple curled in like this in the first shot, very clsoe to what you posted.

If I'm right it would look something like this open...



or this, as far as I can tell it's another variety, both just a little bigger than a dime.



OK so tiny flowers...

Ladies Tresses Orchids have been blooming recently, I'm watching for seeds. Two varieties, flowers about 1/4 inch long





This is the bigger variety, flowers slightly larger, plant much taller, not quite as spiral looking

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OK then you twisted my arm, a few more...







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Pete those look similar but the only one I saw with the petals open, had no tips on the end. The flower itself was star shaped with five petals, each elongated to a point on the end. If you look closely at the one I posted you can see the petal on the left is pointed, not like yours.
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OK then you twisted my arm, a few more...
Yeah right...you just wanted an excuse to make us look bad
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Honest... I'm not like that...
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Beautiful shots! And we have those kind of flowers here as well, I took a photo of a bunch recently, but with the Industar 50-2, so they are not sharp closeups, more like a wallpaper



tiny flowers in summer shade
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Some sort of dogwood I think.





These are definitely daisies

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I got a couple in my new flower garden this year.

I don't know what this first one is, all the flower seeds I planted were supposed to be wildflowers:



Kumquat blossom


another unknown tiny flower:


And was told these tiny flowers are snapdragons:


Woflbane from the yard:
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