Flowers - Probably Annuals, but perhaps Perennials
Need help identifying.
Any thoughts, please e-mail
1: This is some kind
This one is shown with David's hand:
I did take pictures of the labels,
but it isn't clear what label goes with which plant. This
label is Brugmansia.
#2 is indeed Brugmansia, also known as Datura, or Angel's Trumpet. In
California and Florida it forms a small tree after several years, but
Isn't this lovely. At first it looks like a flower:
But then you look again, and I
think it is the leaves that have turned pink or purple (like
pointsetta?) Here's one showing seedheads.
The label I photographed is Salvia Viridis, "Marble Arch" Is
I have no clue what this is, but it is interesting. Strange
flowers, with the seed pod beginning in the center, and very
interesting seed pod:
Note the odd
ANSWER: Thanks, Judy!
#4 is Nigella, also known by the old English name of Love-in -a-Mist because of the finely dissected foliage.. It's an easily grown annual
This is a tall plant that looks a bit like an astilbe or budillea (sp?)
Around the same time that I was
photographing this, I noted a label:
ANSWER: Yes, it is
Bugbane. It's a perennial. More information can be found at
the Cornell website::
I could use your help identifying these flowers.
If you know
what any of them are, please let me know and I can add the information.
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