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The head of a teasel, seeds all dispersed. This one was approximately 7 feet tall. A thorny biennial. The spent seed heads are often seen in flower arrangementsThey really do reach for the sky.Sony DSC-HX1Lancashire NW England
teasel wildflower invasive seed head dipsacus biennial sky blue spiky thorny
A wonderful capture!!
Natures Paintbrush GroupFabulous capture, .
Thank you, Ann
Thanks very much
I have always wanted to know what this prickly pretty plants were. THey are everywhere around here. This is very nice~! Congraualtions for you feature today in As Is~!
Thank you, Brenda. I grew these from wildflower seeds. Apparently they can be quite invasive. Will have to see what happens this year … hopefully won’t be taken over by them. :)
Great capture, super worms-eye view!!!!
Congratulations this image is featured in the B/N of E Group for the week commencing 12th February 2014
Thank you very much
O M G this looks so big and tall it’s probably higher than those SF skyscrapers you snapped here!!! ;) nice PoV
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