Flowers #51 (2020)


Some wild flower I think that I stumbled across back in August at the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge. They were all over the place, especially around the water edges. It’s a Beautiful hand size light pink flower. I love this upper image of it and if anyone knows what it is, please leave a comment.

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6 comments
  1. It’s called “swamp mallow” or “rose mallow”. It’s related to roses of sharon.

    • TJ Fox said:

      I was going to say that it hold a striking similarity to the rose of sharon, but I’d never seen anything like it that wasn’t in a larger, bush form. Good to know I wasn’t too far off.

      • talain45 said:

        Thank you TJ Fox for helping on my post “flower #51”

      • TJ Fox said:

        Didn’t help much, but glad you got an answer.

    • talain45 said:

      Thank you Bernadette for your answer and comment on my post (Flower #51). It is appreciated.

      • I’m in PA and we have many of the same wildlfowers, birds and butterflies.

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