Sunday, January 15, 2012

Today's Flowers

Back to the archives for these seed fluffs. I never did figure out what they were...
It has been a long time since I have joined Today's Flowers.

15 comments:

Adrienne in Ohio said...

How interesting! They remind me a bit of the tufts in Dr. Seuss's Horton Hears a Who, of course those were pink. And supposedly clovers, but they didn't look like any clover I've ever seen. :)

Judy SheldonWalker said...

So pretty. They make me think of burdock, but someone else would know better than I. There are so many types!!

Luna Miranda said...

these look like the puffs we have here but ours is red.
have a great week!

Carole Meisenhelter said...

really compact fluffy heads aren't they; great photo subject

EG Wow said...

Love that fluff!

Faye said...

A mystery to me! But they'd look lovely in a dried flower arrangement, I think?

Genie said...

Love the pretty puff balls. They are so pretty and remind me that Spring will here before too much longer. genie

NixBlog said...

Nice shapes and textures you have captured there. No idea what they are, though...
When you are posting flower photos, you may wish to join my Flora Friday Fotos meme:

http://floralfridayfoto.blogspot.com/

Gemma Wiseman said...

We have many varieties of these fluff balls in my peninsula world, and I have no idea of any of their names! I just know that they make fascinating macros! Always different! This photo is delightful!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Is this your Watery Wednesday post? This is the link you posted. :-(

Ebie said...

Could they be dandelions?

Ann said...

I don't know them either, but very pretty.

Carletta said...

They look so soft - like little bunny tails. :)
They are indeed lovely.

Carletta said...

They look so soft - like little bunny tails. :)
They are indeed lovely.

HansHB said...

I cannot help you with the name, but nice picture!
I wish you a nice Wednesday!

Followers

Blog Archive

About Me

My photo
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
I'm a 50 something female set loose on the world with a camera.