Friday, October 14, 2016

TODAY'S FLOWERS #257 - October 14th, 2016


I will need help identifying my wildflowers this week.  They were found at Huntley Meadows Park in Alexandria, Virginia. 


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I do know this is a Wingleaf Primrose





Today's Flowers was originally created by Luiz Santilli, Jr. Thank you Luiz!  I am now its host. 



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44 comments:

  1. Beautiful and refreshing, Denise, very much needed and appreciated. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  2. So pretty tiny wild flowers Denise. Don't dare to say anything about their names... Great weekend!

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  3. The first photo it is clover isn.t it?

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  4. I can't help you, but I like all of them!
    Have a happy weekend ... Frauke

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  5. The Daisies are so pretty as is the third shot

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  6. The wild flowers are very pretty especially the yellow flower. So sorry, I can't help you with the names. Have a beautiful day!

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  7. hi Denise. Just wanted you to know that I am not able to link to Today's Flowers. This version of Linky Tools is always hard for me and today it is just impossible... won't work from either my laptop or IPAD. Wanted you to know I tried!

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  8. They are so dainty and lovely! But I can't identify them unfortunately! Have a beauiful weekend!

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  9. Hello Denise!:) I'm sorry, but I can't help with the ID of these pretty wild flowers. Thank you for hosting, and have a great weekend.

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  10. Despite being clueless, I loved these. Thank you.

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  11. The daisy-like flowers are lovely but like other readers I don't know names.

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  12. Dear Denise,

    unfortunately I can't help you.
    But I like your floral finds very much.
    It is always a big fun exploring our nature.

    A very happy weekend to you!
    Yours Julia

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  13. Such beautiful blooms. Flowers are here to make us smile.

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  14. Number two is perhaps false aster and number three I believe is smartweed.

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  15. these are wonderful Luiz.. I love wild flowers and the white and yellow daisy like ones are my favorite.

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  16. Muito belas estas flores silvestres.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
    Andarilhar

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  17. They are so pretty! your photos of them are fantastic!
    Best wishes and thanks for hosting!

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  18. beautiful. i just love the fall asters, though.

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  19. I'm afraid I don't know the name of any of them, but love that the one looks like a daisy chain fit for a fairy!

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  20. I too have the lovely weed, in the 2nd photo. It looks similar, anyway. :-)

    Luna Crone

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  21. Heisann.... so lovely presentation, happy weekend to you ;:OD)

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  22. Love both wildflowers, Denise. They're so pretty! Have a great weekend- end thank you for hosting!

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  23. Hi Denise, the first flower is so small and pretty, I have no idea as to what its is however. Have a good weekend Regards John

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  24. So pretty! I do think the white ones are either daisies or asters.

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  25. Love the little flowers, I'm not good with names

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  26. Always a special place to visit, D. Thank You

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  27. sorry I can´t help. But they are pretty :)

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  28. Oh dear ... I wish I could help.
    Loved looking at them, especially your last mosaic.

    All the best Jan

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  29. Love the last photo with the hearts!

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  30. I love the one with the tiny tiny like daisies.

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  31. The first one is very delicate and pretty. There must be lots to see in this meadow.
    Thank you Denise - have a lovely week!
    Ruby

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  32. Wonderful flowers, love them all ♥
    Christel

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  33. Hope you find them. So pretty, but I don't know anything about wildflowers. Thank you so much for hosting, Denise.

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  34. beautiful!! mother natures gift to us!!

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  35. Your photos of the meadow flowers are so lovely and I especially like you collage at the end...pretty!

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  36. Denise, last photo - nice technique. Thanks for sharing.

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  37. The wildflowers are beautiful.

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  38. Your wildflowers are perfect Denise. Sometimes it is just fun to enjoy them without knowing the names. You are a master at beautiful mosaics; the hearts make me smile. Thank you so much for hosting; I know it is a hard and sometimes thankless job and I apologize for causing you worry on Friday morning (it was midnight here; I shouldn't have tried to link when I was tired).

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  39. Lovely shots, Denise. The first and third, I think are knotweed (Polygonum spp). The daisies are something like Aster fragilis (American wild aster).
    Thank you for joining Floral Friday Fotos, I look forward to your next contribution.

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