OK let's have a little fun today! Guess what kind of flower bud this is, if you have no idea..guess what color the flower will be? Tomorrow I will reveal the answer! It is a beautiful summer day here in Minnesota today, we are working on a few projects and the grand boys are coming to visit:)
That is so unusual. I don't have a clue. Can't wait to find out.
WOW - what a mystery plant this is - can't wait! Have a great afternoon.
This is interesting. Where did you find this? Is it a thistle? You're such a good teacher!
You have me stumped and I'm a fairly experienced gardener. Until this year I have never planted sunflowers, so I've not seen them readying to flower. The photo makes this look large so I guess sunflower and the clor is yellow. Otherwise, you've got me!
I took a photo of one of these flowers in bloom, it was yellow, look something like Thistle. I called it a Pineapple plant because I have no clue what it is...I look forward to the answer.
I haven't seen anything like it before, cool plant
Haven't a clue-but I think it's pretty.
It doesn't look real. I reminds me of the different flowers that I see on a site called Botany Photo of the Day.
If anyone is interested in getting a photo emailed to you each day, the sit will do that when you subscribe by giving them your email address. It gives you multiple names and all the scientific stuff.
The location to subscribe is: http://www.ubcbotanicalgarden.org/potd/
I can't imagine that it is a living plant and could not even muster up a guess, unless it is an insect eater. Nah....
I don't know WHAT that is...!
Ummm it looks kinda like a yellow wooly tickseed thing I have growing here. I SO don't know it's real name but looking forward to finding out.
It looks a thistle plant we have around here. Ours is a big pretty purple flower when it blooms. The cows and goats won't touch them. I don't blame them.
Can't wait to see what your is.
Have a great day.
I'm totally stumped! Can't wait to find out!
Oops I scrolled past the picture of what it is before I got here!
No idea, but it reminds me of an artichoke, so I would guess it's in the thistle family :)
Love its frilly edges!
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