Friday, November 14, 2008

"November" flower . . .Osteospermum

Walking back from the Kiggins House re-model today, I discovered these flowers still blooming. They are natural art at its finest! If someone knows the name for them, please let me know. You definitely want to click on this one to see how pretty it is!

Thanks to the person who left a comment with no name, I have the name of this gorgeous flower.


RuneE said...

I have never seen it before, bur the picture was a hit!

Anonymous said...

I wonder if it could be this--"Osteospermum"? Looks quite similar. Very interesting-looking!

From what I've read, they call those kinds of petals spoon petals, and the common name for the flower is African Daisy.

I think there are many kinds of African Daisies, and some do not have the spoon petals.

Malyss said...

great and strange! but I'm sorry, I don't know the name of it..

JC said...

Indeed! Absolutely beautiful :-)

becky voyles said...

Cool flower, Paulie! You find the neatest things.

Lilli & Nevada said...

no clue, but what a fantastic flower shot

dot said...

That's a big "WOW!" I've never seen such before.

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