This week’s Personal Photo Project kind of borders on the edge of being a failure. I wanted to photograph this flower because I found it to be interesting looking. Unforutnately, the time I took these pictures is the only time I saw this flower blooming.
I checked on it on a regular basis until it died and never saw it blooming again.
I’m pretty sure this flower is a weed, but my policy on things that I don’t know about is this:
“If it produces a pretty flower, it can stay.”
Some serious gardeners might scoff at such a policy, but I didn’t get to be Boone’s premiere moonflower and hollyhock gardener by accident.
This mystery flower/weed was in my Mom’s front yard. I have no clue what it is, so if you know, leave a comment in the comments section of this blog.
The rest of The Conundrum Series:
It would appear I’m almost within striking distance of being caught up with my Personal Photo Projects!
2 thoughts on “Personal Photo Project of the Week #120”
I think it’s called a goat’s beard. Did it turn cottony like a dandelion after it bloomed?
It might have after it died.
I just pulled the thing, but I didn’t pay too close of attention since it was dead. It is probably long gone now.
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