Saturday, November 16, 2013

Moon Carrot

I found this strange plant at the garden at the college.
Photographing the labels is so much easier than remembering the names of the plants, so you see this is really called a moon carrot.
I think I want one.
It is taller than I am,
but I have no idea whether it is an annual or a perennial.
With hollow stems, I am betting an annual...
I am linking this post with Today's Flowers.


Birgitta said...

Wonderful macros!

Ileana said...

Wonderful pictures!
Have a great weekend.

DeniseinVA said...

Hi Judy, these are marvelous photos! So sorry you had a problem with the link. I do make mistakes and I have been rushing to try and keep up after my time away. It is taking me a while to get back into sync. Please let me know if you find any further problems. I know how frustrating it can be when things don't go right and you are such a good friend to Today's Flowers and very much appreciated :) Happy Weekend to you my friend.

Shoshana said...

Good luck on your midterms.

I like that plant...I want one too, but TX weather will probably kill it faster than it can grow

Carletta said...

Hi Judy!
Love that first macro!
This is certainly new to me. That little bee seems to be enjoying his 'carrot.'

Unknown said...

Great pictures of a plant I have never seen before.
Thank you for sharing,
Found this link:

Meta said...

Så fin har aldrig sett den tidigare.
ha en fin söndag
kram Meta

Chris-June said...

amazing photos of the plant! so beautiful.

Carver said...

I'd like one of those myself. Great shots.

Fran said...

Well bees like it! It is truly unusual. Thanks for sharing your discovery.

Our photos said...

You have make beautiful photos!
Greetings, RW & SK

Unknown said...

Beautiful shots!

EG CameraGirl said...

I've never heard of a moon carrot before. Super photos.

Icedream said...

Your pics are beautiful! greetings from Rome

Mike said...

Very cool plant! I like the bee on there, too!


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