Sunday, September 14, 2008

Today's Flower #6

I don't know what kind of flower this is. It was one of the flowers at Descanso Gardens.






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20 comments:

Carletta said...

Lovely pastel purple! I don't know the name; but I do like the daisy like look of it!!
Love the angle on the middle photo.

Anu said...

vERY BEAUTIFUL FLOWER. I DO NOT KNOW THE NAME TOO.

dot said...

Maybe a cone flower. I love the color!

Carol said...

Wow! You got a beautiful photo! Nice shots and nice camera too!

Jayne said...

Maybe some variety of Shasta Daisy? Beautiful!

The Birdlady said...

How beautiful!

June said...

Very pretty! Too bad the gardens don't have little ID signs around...

fishing guy said...

T: What a neat set of photos of a great looking flower.

kjpweb said...

They are cool - with the blue center! Great - No idea though on the ID.
Cheers, Klaus

Jan said...

Lovely shots. I love Descanso gardens, haven't gone in a long time.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Lovely photos. The flower is Osteospermum, also known as The African Daisy. ;-)

2sweetnsaxy said...

Thank you all for your comments! And thanks for Your EG Tour Guide we now know what the flower is. Thank you so much!! :-)

Woody said...

Hi,

Very pretty flowers and photo. I wanted to stop back and say thanks for visiting my blog and hope you continue to do so..

Sherry said...

It is definitely African Daisy. Beautiful flowers. Very nice photos!

Luiz Ramos said...

Beautiful purple Daisy.

Cláudia said...

Very awesome shots. Beautiful and delicate flowers. God is always surprising us! You have a gourgeous blog!

Rena said...

Gorgeous! I've seen those before, I'm glad some people knew what they were!

Denise said...

You've taken a lovely set of photos. What a beautiful flower. I wish I had them in my garden.

Sara Chapman said...

Lovely african daisies. They have several colors that they come in, and grow in many climates. I first saw them in Portugal, and here they are in Ontario. Nice, sharp photos. I also like the photo of the empty roadway above. And thanks for visiting my blog.

Mary said...

Very beautiful....I love purple flowers.