Sunday, November 9, 2008

Today's Flowers

Hello my fabulous friends! I hope you'll forgive me, but the cold weather and winds have arrived here in Missouri, which means the flowers are gone. So, I'm reaching into my photo archives to find flower photos, because I really want to continue to participate in Today's Flowers.

(c) Misty DawnS

I have no idea what this flower is to be honest with you. I found it growing along the road. It was full of all these hanging 'mini-flowers', and it is gorgeous.

After you get yourself unwrapped from those HDMI cables, I strongly suggest you go and view the Today's Flowers posts. Even if the flowers are gone where you live, these posts are sure to brighten your day. So... If you would like to join in the fun or view the other beautiful entries, click on the graphic at the beginning of this post or click here.



I anxiously read your post hoping you'd mention what this was. Awww... too bad you don't know.
:-) I'll check back later and see if someone else knows.

Napaboaniya.Elaine Ling

I'm also clueless with the flower name but this one is beautiful. I like the way it's hanging downwards :)

My flowers here & here


I can't recall right now what the flower is but butterflies love it!


I don't think I've ever seen that one around here. Very pretty!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy

Misty: It is neat to capture a great wildfloer puttin on a show.


Lovely and unique-looking flower. Great capture.



I have absolutely no idea so be grateful you are spared my words of wisdom.
Nice shot of whatever it is.

Mckay K

It looks so dainty and delicate. The beauty of the flower shows through in your photo.


Oh, so lovely flowers. And delicate.


I don't know what they are either Misty but they're very pretty!


Ahhh...yes...the Common Milkweed, also known as the Butterfly Flower, Silkweed, Silky Swallow-wort and Virginia Silkweed. Its scientific name is Asclepias syriaca. But it is a purdy flower 8v)


I have no idea what they are either but I like how it looks like it has hundreds of mini flowers.

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