Pictures from Phoenix and sometimes from the surrounding cities that make up the "Valley of the Sun"
This is a unique flower. I like the interesting petals and the color is fabulous too! I have never seen it before.
You have stumped me. It looks like tiny lavender spoons radiating from the middle. The petals look like they channel rain water to the center of the flower, similar to the way an agave leaf channels water to the plant. I therefore would guess that it is a desert plant because of this adaptation to an environment with little rain.
Amazing flower I have never seen before. Good picture.
I wonder if that would grow in my garden? It must be some kind of exotic daisy. I want one.
This is so beautiful. it looks like it could be a piece of jewelry. Don't know what kind of flower.
I'm sorry I can't help you identify the flower. I am so glad you saw it, captured it and shared it with us. It is beautiful. It looks so dainty and delicate. It looks like it would be the inspiration for a lovely brooch or pendant.
I've never seen anything like it! Very pretty and unusual
It's a daisy, an African variety if I recall correctly. I had some once but that was before I had a yard so they didn't last long.....
I think that's a gecko. It has suction cups.
Can't remember the name, but I have a photo of it in my flickr stream.
Incredible flower! I'm sure I've never seen it before.
Nice colors and depth of field.
Very unusual and pretty.
That's so beautiful. No idea what it is but I love those perfect spoon petals.
Hi Aunt Sharon. This is a "Spoon Daisy". See http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/1923/ (thank you Google!)
This blossum is awesome! I have no idea what it is, but ít's incredible!
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