Saturday, 28 April 2018

Guess the Flower competition.


I'm 99% sure that no-one will know this; but 'bravo' if you do.


No prizes I'm afraid, but extreme 'blog-world kudos' to anyone who guesses correctly.

I shall post the answer later; unless someone finds it beforehand!



77 comments:

  1. Hmmm... the blossoms are a bit blurry, but perhaps a mock orange? A pretty little flower.

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  2. Wax flowers ? I use to see them in a pale pink.

    cheers, parsnip

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  3. Pretty elderflowers
    Greetings Maria x

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  4. Some sort of cabbage family plant that has gone to seed in your veggie garden.

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  5. Whatever I add will get a 'nope'. I've got nope idea!

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  6. Curious flowers. We bought some as cut flowers perhaps last spring and damn, damn, damn, I did not ask what they were and therefore cannot show off my most expert horticultural knowledge.

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  7. Hedge garlic (Jack-by-the-Hedge) perhaps?

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  8. Guessing it's a wildflower from the meadow or even a weed? Mustn't be from your garden if you're getting us guessing.

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  9. Lily of the Valley. (The glass is a 19th C. French 'bistro' glass.)

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  10. Don't know - I guess it is some kind of fruit blossom or something along those lines if it is from your own garden. Otherwise it could well be something from a syringa family. In other words I really have no idea.

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    1. It is from my garden. That's all I'm saying.

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  11. Hi Cro,
    Could that be Chestnut?

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  12. I had to look very hard but I think this might be Shepherd's Purse.It's the little seed pods that possibly give it away. But I could be wrong....

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  13. I have grown HORSERADISH for many years, but have never before seen it flower.

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    1. You shouldn't. I don't think many (including myself) would have had a clue!

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  15. I would never have guessed that. They are very pretty.

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    1. Someone saw your, and my, comments, and added 2 and 2.

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    2. I blame my brother who arrived as I was putting the comment on and then stayed chatting for two hours.

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    3. I don't begrudge you anything. I would just have returned earlier and seen the clue if I had been free this afternoon and then I might have pipped you at the post.

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    4. It is extraordinary how comments from certain trolls can change the atmosphere of a posting in an instant. I would have deleted Bitch's comment (as I do with others) had she not answered correctly. But it would have seemed nasty to have done so.

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  17. I googled it to check and it's almost worth growing for the flowers.

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    1. Not really. When I cut the flower, the tiny florets started to drop immediately. Pretty though!

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  18. I would never have guessed that and I see Bok is happy enjoying the sun.

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    1. I wouldn't have either. Luckily it was growing on top of a plant I know very well.

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  19. This guessing post was enjoyable Cro! x

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  20. White coral bells upon a slender stalk
    Lilies of the valley line my garden walk.
    Oh, don't you wish that you could hear them ring?
    That will happen only when the fairies sing.

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    1. On 1st May in France, sprigs of Lilies of the valley are given as gifts to friends, clients, and neighbours.

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