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Can somebody please help me identify this flower? Posted under Ruby Tuesday

20 comments:

  1. Looks like a fruit! Great ruby!

    Lola:)

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  2. I also though those were fruits at first. Very unique flowers.

    Happy Ruby Tuesday.

    My RUBY link.

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  3. Great capture.

    I played too. Mine are here and here.

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  4. Hi,

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    Vrinda.

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  5. Hahahaha I am sorry I have no idea what kind of flower is that! BTW, I am your newest follower...
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  6. Wow, stunning. Wish I knew what it was for you.

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  7. no idea...but I love the color.

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  8. The are incredibly beautiful and have such an interesting shape.

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  9. No clue but they are beautiful!

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  10. No idea --- but love the color!!

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  11. i also have no idea what sort of flower it is but it's a lovely shot. it looks almost like that flower... with the uhm.. the hearts. bleeding hearts? darn. i forget what it's called. but i'll bet that this is in the same family. Dicentra spectabilis! i found it! (that's the bleeding heart flower). i think perhaps this one is in the same family... (Fumariaceae)

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  12. Just beautiful! I don't think I've ever seen flowers like that in real life.

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  13. How pretty - gorgeous colors.

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  14. I can not help with the identity of this plant. However, I had to stop and say what an excellent photograph this is.
    Joyce M

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  15. I have not seen such kind of flower. Looks nice though. Yellow and red.

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