Name that Flower





I'm not sure what these are called, are there any keen gardeners amongst today's visitors who can help me out and tell me what they are called?


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11 comments:

Gailsman said...

I have no idea either, but the bees seem to be enjoying their visit

Carletta said...

Hi Dave,
I don't know the name of these but they look big and I'd love to have them in my garden. I wonder if they are related to the cone flower.
I'll be back to see if anyone knows.
Love your first shot!

DJ said...

wow, these are beautiful! I wondered if they are "telekia speciosa", not sure about their common name.

imac said...

Me no know,
but a grand show Dave.

we rode in the 3rd class, seats were not very wide at all.

Lanny said...

I'd agree with the Telekia suggestion, but without foliage and other confirmations, I'd hate to stke my life on it. Heartleaf Oxeye has fragrant foliage and is 4-6 feet tall and grows in clumps, which is how it can be propagated in the spring, by division.

Modern Mom said...

Stunning shots.

My entry.

Dave said...

Thanks everybody. The Telekia sounds the most likely suggestion. The flowers stand about 5-6ft tall and did grow in clumps. I don't know about the fragrance of the foliage as the photo was taken in a local park and I'd need to go back to check that.

Carver said...

They are beautiful and I love the shots.

Míriam Luiza said...

Amei estas fotos de flores amarelas cheias de vida!

Nayana@CherishDreamLove said...

wow...flower is gorgeous and shots are beautiful. i saw these flower for the first time. lovely. thanks for stopping by at my blog.

NatureFootstep said...

strange ones. But so interesting. No, I don´t know the name either.

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