Can anyone identify this flower for me? Picture included. Blue flower with many pointy petals...
I believe it is a variety of cornflower. I hope this helps, they are so pretty.
Not sure, looks a bit like a chive. what do the leaves look like?
It's a corn flower aka bachelor's button. They are an early blooming annual flower, very easy to grow from seed. A classic cottage garden flower. They come in pastel colors: blue, pink and white. One of my favorites!
It'it's very pretty! Looks like its a cornflower from what others posted. I grew a bed of these in our front yard when I was a child.
Thank you all for helping. I planted a mixed bag of seeds this year. Its suppose to be a butterfly attracting mix. A few of the flowers that grew I had never seen before. This was one of them. A quick google search for cornflower as you all answered proved 100% correct ^_^ Thank you!!
Thank you so much for choosing my answer as "best"! What else was in your butterfly mix?
I posted another picture as a question last night. There was also cosmos, snap dragons, marigold, mums, the one I posted and another I I'll post soon. It all grew beautifully and easily from a little bag of seeds.
by Sasha Kim 6 years ago
Can you identify this flower? Includes picture
by Sasha Kim 7 years ago
Can you identify this plant? Picture included.
by Monique Baker 2 years ago
Can anyone help me to identify this button?Copper, size is an inch by a half an inch.
by Mrs. Menagerie 8 years ago
Can anyone help me identify this bird? It is very large, about 21 inches long...This morning when I got to work I found this huge and unfortunately dead bird on the deck. It had apparently flown into the window. It is some kind of grouse but it doesn't quite match any particular type.It...
by Ralph Deeds 6 years ago
Can anyone identify the photographer who took this photo of Abraham Lincoln?The inscription at the bottom of the photo says "Published and Copyright 1894, A.W. Elson & Co., Boston" but the photographer from whose picture the A.W. Elson photogravure was made is not identified. A.W....
by Christoph Reilly 10 years ago
This tool came into my possession over 10 years ago. Over the years I have shown it to many "self proclaimed" tool experts and no one has been able to identify it. If you know (or have a guess, funny or otherwise) please identify this tool.Our own HubPages Tom Rubinoff, also a...
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