The bigger picture
Nope, it is lovely plant though.
Nice one to brighten up the day Keith.I didn't expect to be looking for a Summer flower ID on a cold and snowy morning! It made a pleasant change and I'm now looking forward to Summer more than ever!Anyway, I reckon it's a....Crown Daisy(glebionis coronaria var. discolor)Normally found in the Mediterranean Region (been on your holidays?) Here's a link;- http://www.ukwildflowers.com/Web_pages/glebionis_coronaria_crown_daisy.htm ...[;o)
Thanks Bob. Brightens a dull day I thought :-)Hmmm, back to the book I think Trevor lolI did wonder if it might have been an Ox-eye Daisy, but it looks too yellow. Looking at the date I took it, I was wandering around Caldecotte. Just wish I'd took a few more to make ID's easier.
Just had another wander around the interweb and I'm now almost probably maybe 100% certain it's a...chrysanthemum coronaria discolorIt also appears to be edible and very good for you!!...[;o)Sorry the previous link didn't work, I don't know what went wrong there!!
Cheers for that Trevor.
maar je hebt hem er heel mooi op,vooral in deze grijze dagen fleurt dat de boel lekker op.
Thank you :-)
Tht's brightened a dull day.
Thanks Adrian.I've been sorting through and processing some pictures going back to August. Not a job I enjoy.
HI Keith...Very cheery and bright, I love the great debate above on the subject, but I am not charming in on this ID...I'll just say Trevor is right!! ; ) lolGrace
Grace, Trevor usually is right lol
I read every comment to find the name of the flower. Now I'm going to have to come back later. A good blog will make you do that. By the way, super photo.
Thanks Red. In future I should make a not of what I see lol