Monday, May 13, 2013

What are These???

       While driving around yesterday...we came across this beautiful field of flowers...can anyone tell me
        what kind they are. I have no clue!!!
         * update...the flower has been identified as "Crimson Clover"...Thanks to Theresa  :)
                                                                         
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18 comments:

eileeninmd said...

They are pretty, lovely shot. I also love your header. Sorry, I can not help with the id. Have a happy day!

Pamela Gordon said...

I don't recognise these but they are pretty and a whole field of them would be beautiful. Your header is very pretty too! Enjoy the day!

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

love that color. so cheerful. ( :

Jenny Short said...

They are beautiful but don't reside in tumbleweed country. Don' know. xo Jenny

Amy Burzese said...

I think it is Red Clover. It is planted here in fields. Beautiful!

edenhills said...

It's not red clover. It kind of looks like lupine, but I'm not an expert.

It certainly is beautiful.

TexWisGirl said...

it's crimson clover. :)

Andee said...

Thank goodness for TexWisGirl!

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

I vote for a kind of clover too.

Pam ;) said...

The mystery field of flowers is solved by TexWis Girl.
Its a pretty shot of the wild crimson clover Janis ~:)

chai-and-chardonnay.blogspot.com said...

Yes I think it is Red Clover .Beautiful flowers! Nice pictures.

Tracy said...

They remind me of strawberries. They would be pretty in a flower arrangement.

Faye said...

I was thinking clover also and when your more knowledgeable commenters said "crimson" that gorgeous color makes sense. Must have been great in masses.

Candy C. said...

I was thinking clover too, glad more knowledgeable people were able to help! It surely is beautiful!! :)

Brian King said...

Gorgeous flowers and a great shot! I wouldn't have known what they were.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I was gonna say there is a song..."Crimson and Clover". Yep, that's a species of clover. And such a beautiful, rich colored field!! I bet it was a glorious sight.

Lisa Sall - Sall's Country Life said...

Just ask Tex, she knows everything!
Beautiful is all I know.

Tawny Moon Studio said...

These are so beautiful, great capture, it must have been lovely to be amongst those flowers :)