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This tiny bloom has appeared at the allotment.
The flowers are only about 5mm across.
Does anyone have a clue what it might be . I suspect it isn't edible.
Great detail, Barbara. No idea what this is but I like this posting.
No idea, nicely captured though, sure someone will know
Lovely detailed capture Babs, nice colour too.. Peter
Not a clue Barbara, but a jolly good image to see well captured
will 'pop back' later to see what it is
As you say snap!! What a wonderful plant, fantastic detail and colour, beautifully captured and presented.
Not a clue either, but it is a lovely blue and has an unusual form, makes a great image. Well done. Carole
Looks a bit like a christmas cactus plant? could be wrong tho Barbara..
Good clear pic of whatever it is Barb ...Bill
Most unusual never seen it before but it makes for a beautiful image.
No idea what it is but you have got some good details and colours too.
It's very beautiful, as is your capture, however I have no idea what it could be.
A great shot never seen one before
Very nice image Barbara great colour and NO IDEA.
What a super set of horticulturalists we are......no one has a clue about it's identity and I have to declare I have to join the band.......no idea either, Barbara.
But I can appreciate it's beauty and unusual structure, efficiently recorded by you in this shot.
yup i agree its a plant clueless again but a great capture of it Barbara nice one
What a minute beauty. I thought it was a lavender until I saw the size of it so I've no idea now.
Probably not edible but very pretty
wonderful detail but I can't identify it. Makes a great image though.
A long time with no talk babs...
You come on a long way in the last few years..
I think you are way better than me now...
Great comp nice detail...
Great background to set the image off...
Never seen one of those! Love the image!
'tis very beautiful whatever it is-- love that blue!
Aha - I may be able to help. I once planted some seeds very much like these and if I remember correctly they were called Phacelia. Nice picture. Barbara
Never seen this one beforem Barbs, but it certainly is beautiful, very well captured. Carol
A nice thing to have growing. Very attractive.
What a beautiful image. Well done.
Great shot of this no idea plant the detail is excellent and the new name for it seem fitting dont you think.
Gorgous shot very well presented Barbara.........
Very nicely done.
'Superb color, tones, textures, & composition'~ Peter
Definitely weird! But very beautiful, Barbs I know next to nowt about plants so can't say what it is, but you've done a cracking job on capturing it
Haven't a clue Barbara, lovely image though,
A beautiful flower and a lovely shot.
no idea what it is Barbs but pretty shot
Thats never a plant, its a martian!!
Um, A well photographed martian.
Nice shot !.....I found some of these growing in the sandy cliff tops in Pembroke in May.....'acquired' one in a pot, but I think it may have not survived, I'll have
to wait now till next Spring to see if it comes to life ????..........might possibly be 'Viper's Bugloss'....but try Google - Images, you may find it there ???????
Beautiful color with exquisite detail, Patti
Looks weird indeed
Superb detail and textures. Great blend of colours Barb. Paul
I join the rest Barbara, no clue but love the capture, excellent lighting!
No idea what it is but very lovely little plant. Moira
I have now idea what it is - looks a little like kind of fern - but they don't flowers do they. Lovely detail Barbara
What a strange but pretty looking thing, no idea what it is but I wouldn't try eating it!
I reckon it's from another planet and is looking for our leader Splendid image anyway.
It is an unusual plant..and Ive never seen it before..but the little purple flowers are lovely!! Well taken Barbara
My my...no idea what it is but it's fascinating! Looks almost fernish.
Lovely shot, Barbara of a very pretty flower. Lovely colour and detail Beautifully captured and presented. Googled it and it is a Phacelia, an annual which grows fast and usually dies in first frost
Take care, Pauline
beautiful unusual flowers.. Like many others, I have seen them grow in the meadow before we left for Portugal.. but I'm not good at latin names
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