And other things that I like!
I think it is 'Crown Imperial' a species of Fritillaries. It is also known as Kaiser's crown.
I've never seen anything like. It's beautiful.
Yes, Crown Imperial. It's quite a popular plant in gardens in the UK, and one I always like to see.
What a beautiful flowering plant. Never have seen one before, so thanks for showing it to us.
It's beautiful. I've never seen one before either. At least now you know what it is, thanks for showing us.
......it also come in a yellow color. The nice thing about fritillaria is the deer don't like to eat
It is beautiful. It is (Fritillaria imperialis)
I feel your Spring Joy, Pat. Here's what I have:Fritillaria imperialis, the crown imperial, imperial fritillary or Kaiser's crown, is a species of flowering plant in the lily family Liliaceae, native to a wide stretch from the Anatolian plateau of Turkey, Iraq and Iran to Afghanistan, Pakistan, Northern India and the Himalayan foothills. Wikipedia
We have a few here and I call it the stinky plant.
Hello,It is a beautiful flower, I have never seen one!Take care, enjoy your weekend!
Strange looking plant. I am glad the mystery has been solved.
It does look like a crown, doesn't it?
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