2009-11-29


Prickly white

I have no idea what these plants are called. They are growing on a marshy area near the bullrushes (2009-10-09). Maybe, “lazy web” can tell me?

14 comments:

  1. Interesting. Are they really prickly? They look fuzzy and innocuous to me.

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  2. I thought for a while they were ice crystals ... I'm glad it's not that cold yet.

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  3. I haven't seen anything like that around here, I'm not sure what they are.

    Great photo.

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  4. Hi there,

    I don't know either, but they are very pretty.....
    Nice shot!

    Best regards
    Asta

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  5. no se... pero, no importara mucho porque ya estan secas, no?.. se miran lindas de cualqueir manera.

    besos

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  6. ..beautiful picture! ..these flowers are so nice and soft (fluffy) - very nice..:)

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  7. I'm sure it is vegetable, don't you worry.

    Cheers

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  8. Looks like the lazy web isn't working for you :-)

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  9. Thanks for the comments:

    Andreea: I did not actually touch them. So that is another mystery.

    Joan Elizabeth: No ice. We have just had the warmest November in 130 years.

    Unseen Rajasthan: Thanks.

    Gallow: Maybe, they are just native to Saarbrücken.

    Asta: Pretty they are, but that will not help me Google their name.

    Sonia: Que perjuicio! Solo las flores que no están sescas merecen un nombre.

    AnSa: Dziękuję.

    Caçador: I am reassured.

    Don and Krise: Where are the botanists when you need them?

    Em-illi: Děkuji.

    Joan Elizabeth: I think I will ask for a refund!

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  10. They look like these burrs you sometimes find in a pet's fur. Maybe these are burdocks.

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  11. Buenos Aires Photoblog: Yes, they do look like burdocks. So, that is what I was drinking when I was a kid!

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