19.10.09

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Flowers, 2005, by Axel Hoedt.
Found at ffffound.

6 comments:

borellana said...

Hee, amazing how beautiful noxious weeds can look. Not sure what the first one is because there are no flowers or fruit, but the second is Onopordum acanthium and the third is an Anthemis, both noxious weeds here in North America! :)

juanjo ruiz said...

El del medio da unas setas por mi tierra riquísimas.

Nazara said...

hello borellana, thank you for that technical information (including greek names!).
the first one looks like fennel, don´t you think so? here in canary islands we have a lot of fennel, we call it "hinojo". its taste and smell reminds me my childhood :)

juanjo, en serio esa planta da setas??? qué cosa más rara!

borellana said...

Nazara,

There is a lot of botany involved with my job so I can't help but see plants and instantly think of their Latin names! Ha!
But yes, I thought that was fennel, but I've made mistakes before on plants with similar foliage, so I was hesitant. :) We have two great big beautiful bronze fennel plants in our garden and they have such a lovely smell, look, and of course taste!

Nazara said...

greek names... typical in me...
hahaha

juanjo ruiz said...

sí , mira :
http://blogs.lavozdegalicia.es/menudeldia/files/2009/06/pleurotus-eryngii-seta-de-c.jpg