no idea, but they are SO COOL!
I don't know what they are either. But they are neat!
Cool- it looks just like candy corn!
The flowers are quite amazing and the fence makes a nice backdrop to them. Pam
Those flowers would have caught my eye as well. They are not a flower native to Texas so I cannot help you. Some sort of weed. Great accent to the fence.
okay, i googled 'red and yellow spike flower' and hit it right away. this is the description that i got:Kniphofia Royal Standard Yellow Orange Flower Spike in Summerkniphofia royal? what a mouthful!
found a more common name :Kniphofia uvaria /Red Hot Poker
Absolutely stunning - I love this! Great focus and composition.
I don't think I've even seen them in a picture before! What an interesting flower.
pretty, perfect ones ... so great!! what a fabulous shot. ( :
You were very lucky, these are just awesome flowers.
The roadside flowers are lovely but so is that big big fence as a wonderful back drop. Great shot!
I just saw these recently too. So pretty.
A lot of people around here have those in their yards, we call them Red Hot Pokers.
What a fabulous shot, We call them Red Hot Pokers. Love it
have a nice Fridaymuch love...
Ah...now I know the name of those beautiful spikes I see all around the area here.
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We call them poker plants here.:) They are so colourful!
WOW Those are so unique..never seen them before. How nice and colorful. Great photo!
Nice pic of fence and Red Hot Pokers. So called because they resemble (wait for it) red hot pokers. Cheers
Thanks for the linky party! This week I chose a woven wire fence on our farm. It was put up to create a 18 x 70 dog pen, but we left the dogs in it only once. (I think it was separation anxiety - on my part LOL) We may use it for chickens this summer.
They are Red Hot Pokers, we grow lots in the UK, lovely photo
what a pretty picture they make!
Great photo. I have never seen Kniphofia growing wild before. Are they a native species over there or escapees from a garden.
I don't know what they are, but they are wonderful!!! I want some!
Those flowers look nice against the fence. We see those a lot here too, didn't know the name either
I spotted this one in CostaRica 3 years ago. It is gorgeous. :)
Kniphofia or Red Hot poker Plant. Makes for a lovely photo doesn't it! : )
they are amazing...didn't even notice the fence at first...lol
red hot pokers
Looks like you got your answer already! I've never seen those here, but they look great against that weathered grey fence.
Wow those flowers look almost unreal with that shift in colour!
Red hot pokers! We have loads in the garden, very easy to grow- split them in the Spring and you have lots of plants. The sparrows love the seeds!
What a super concept for a linky blog post. I adore fences and I shall certainly be back with some of my favourites!
I love the Red Hot Poker flowers, they are gorgeous. I read the hummingbirds love them! Great shot!
Wonderful red hot pokers! (Know the name because of Theresa! :-) ) Great photo!
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