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Roseheather, thanks for the MI distribution map. Wow, it is not widely distributed there in MI. Mimi, you are right, it is just like sunshine!Li, I am glad you liked the flower!
Interesting and lovely. I like your photo, Laura.
Looks like a drop of sunshine, so pretty! :)))
Laurajane -- I found something interesting: http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=HYXMTTQPI like that particular site, for distribution of things like this. : )
Robyn, me, too! Thanks.Roseheather, no problem. I am often wrong. Please don't be embarrassed. I would rather have your input than not! Thanks!Floyd, it's a little spot of sunshine along the roadside! Thank you.
Great looking sunflower. I like the bright yellow color.
Oh, Laurajane, I thought you were just describing it, and didn't know there is a flower by that name. I am a bit embarrassed. ; )
I love its simplicity Laura - and more flowers to come!!
Thank you, warbler. There are so many similar flowers. It's a tough call!
Great photo, Laura. I think your right, too.
Aww...thanks, Patti, Pumpkin, Morris, Chickie, Eyespies, Rosie, Gemstone and Snooker!Roseheather, I looked at the book and internet again and still think this is bristly sunflower. But you know, there are a number of similar looking flowers, the Jerusalem Artichoke is one of them. Oh yes, Snooker, I didn't even notice that. Thanks.
Like the green over the yellow petal.
Love this...yellow is so happy! :)))
Is this Jerusalem artichoke? Pretty.
That is so pretty and cheerful! Thanks for posting.
Very pretty Laura.
Excellent photo, Laura! I think that I saw some of those today, you will have to identify. Are the plants really tall?
So very bright and cheery!
What a perfect photo, Laura! Thank you!