Green Thumb Sunday 08/12/07

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Green Thumb Sunday 08/12/07

I once again cannot name this flower. I think it is pretty interesting though and hope to figure out what exactly it is.

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28 thoughts on “Green Thumb Sunday 08/12/07”

  1. Hi Drew,
    Carn’t help you on this one, nicely done though, it never ceases to amaze me the patterns flowers make.

    Cheers Mark

  2. Really interesting flower. I’m no help unless its a wildflower. Submit to flower submissions group on flickr. Of course you have the time to search for such a group, I know you do!

    PS I put your PAD badge on my pad blog.

  3. I agree with Ruth. I’m sure it is a chloeme or spider plant. They are really pretty when they are fully open. They are annual but will usually reseed under the right conditions. Great photo. Get another shot when it’s open.

  4. Jean, I’ll have to swing back by the office and see if it is open yet. But I don’t really want to go to the doctor’s anytime soon. 🙂

  5. Thanks for the help with the id. I thought the flower had some spider-like qualities, that is probably what drew me to it.

  6. Thanks Chris and Laurie. I knew that having all these green thumb friends would pay off in identifying the flowers that to me are just pretty. I should invest some time learning a bit shouldn’t I?

  7. Pretty picture of a cleome! I plant them from seed every year, but with our hot, dry summer, this year they’ve not done well. 🙁

  8. That is an interesting flower. I see that someone has identified it, so I’ll have to check it out. I do like it–and can see why it is called the spider flower.
    Aiyana

  9. Hi Kylee,
    I think that next year I may ask my sistre to try and plant one, it is very pretty. Good luck with your next season.

  10. Aiyana,
    I should be better about checking these before I post but I love the feedback from everyone letting me know what it is I have taken a photo of.

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