Flowers #126


Flower 126

A wild flower that was growing along the road side near my home. I have seen red ones and yellow ones in the pasted. I know its a weed but I’ll wait for New Hampshire Gardens Solutions to identify this flowering weed for me. They have been very helpful in the past with leaving comments on my site from time to time. Many thanks, MT.

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10 comments
  1. Growing up, we called them Indian Paintbrushes.

  2. Laura said:

    They are also called hawk weed and they are invasive here in Minnesota.

  3. They have some really good common names here… fox and cubs, devil’s paintbrush and for some reason, grim-the-collier. More boringly known as Pilosella aurantiaca.

  4. Very pretty. I was always taught that “a weed is just a flower, in the wrong place”

  5. That’s Orange Hawkweed…… They are beautiful….and some people call them weeds….

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    On Mon, Jul 11, 2016 at 10:09 PM, talainsphotographyblog wrote:

    > talain45 posted: ” A wild flower that was growing along the road side near > my home. I have seen red ones and yellow ones in the pasted. I know its a > weed but I’ll wait for New Hampshire Gardens Solutions to identify this > flowering weed for me. They have been very helpfu” >

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