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A DIFFERENT KIND OF FLOWER

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This is a flower I found growing in our backyard this spring. I don't know what it is called but the single round head is on a long stem. I do know the leaves in the background belong to some of our Iris plants.
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seagirl7

wigma, great story. Glad you were able to save their lives, Terry

wigma

Many years ago I had a flower garden in the middle of our side yard. Hubby didn't like it there so we got rid of it, sort of. Each spring some spikey leaves would come up and he would just mow them down. Last year I decided to dig up the bulbs before he mowed them down, and I planted them in one of my flower beds. I now have giant alliums coming up and flowering.

dblay

Beautiful little "volunteer. I guess it wanted to be by the "big nice Iris plants." Thank you for deciding to show this. Very nice puzzle AND close-up photo.

seagirl7

BirdNana, thanks for the links. When it comes to "volunteers," I like surprises. Terry

BirdNana

That is interesting you said that, this year I had a single Gladiola and a Sunflower which could be explained by the birds' seeds. And I scattered some Cosmos seeds in specific flowerbeds and they ended all over the garden... again the birds probably volunteered.

Pretty flower! I agree, some kind of allium.
https://images.midwestliving.mdpcdn.com/sites/midwestliving.com/files/Alliums-1.jpg

I planted several this year that did not come up. Maybe you got mine! Enjoy! Thanks for sharing. They are so pretty, aren't they?

seagirl7

jerrys, this spring we had the most "volunteers" that we have ever had that apparently found a way to reseed themselves. Terry

jerrys

How cool to have a "volunteer."

seagirl7

jerrys, thanks, that would have been my first guess, Terry

jerrys

It appears to be a form of allum.

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