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shasta daisy in duplex!!
double, daisy, joined, shasta
Well seen…. looks like this could talk !!!
thanks, ray. it was odd – there were a number of these conjoined blossoms on this plant. i guess that’s how hybridizers create new varieties. but then, who would want a whole plant of these…
– Victoria Jostes
Where’s the flute LOL!!
none 2 b found!
2 lips ?I know. Yuk !!Good eye, Victoria ! :)
this particular plant had a number of these anomalies – kind of strange. perhaps its like the 5-toed frogs…
Great shot Victoria x
many thanks, my friend!
Great capture Victoria, nature can be really strange at times. LOLDavid xx
you’re so right, d! thank you for your kind comment! :-)
my sincere thanks, a, for your comment & fave!!
mother nature??? great shot.. never seen anything like this befor…
hi, c1! oddly there were a number of these on the same plant. probably should have tried a couple of ways to propagate it, to see if i could get an entire plant full of these. how weird would that be? thanks for your kind words, & for stopping by!!
WOW!!! conjoined twins of the plant world!! LOL… how amazing x
isn’t it strange, tho? thanks for stopping by, sal!
now that i think about it, a sunflower grown in the same bed showed this same anomaly, a number of them on the plant. one had 3 combined blossoms. hmmmmm…
oh… that makes one think, doesnt it? some sort of pesticide or soil defect?? stranger and stranger!!! x
am looking to the soil – who knows what the builder brought in. its a relatively new bed, & i try to be as organic as possible… quite a mystery that i’ll now be watching.
thank you, d! this is kind of an oddball thing, no?