Posted on August 23, 2014August 17, 2014 by Catherine ArcolioNames I did not know the flower’s name but she knew mine Like this:Like Loading...
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My type of flower!
Wonderful flower~like it^^
Have a nice weekend~dear
Beautiful lavender beauties! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Hugz Lisa and Bear
Well. I always enjoy and get a little spark of happiness from your blog. But sometimes, like today’s post, it’s so perfect that it feels like magic. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work.
Lovely photo and poem
Delightful. I’m a name person — so if you ever discover her name… is it monkshood?
What an unusual-looking beauty!
wow- what an interesting flower. I have never seen it before…
Might be “aconite.”
Hi again…I checked with my sister and this is what she said:
Monkshood – Aconitum napellus. Very poisonous but very common and very pretty.
So the 2 commenters were correct(monkshood and aconite are 2 of its names, as is wolf’s bane)
oh! thanks!! wolf’s bane is a marvelous name!!!
Love the sentiment with this unique image.
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Very nice and beautiful flower!
What an unusual flower – never seen it before. Was it wild? I love your last line, the flower knew your name and called out to you 🙂
Just saw that someone ID it as Monkshood – what a great name given the shape and color…
Love the color.
Glad you found each other
Lovely photo. Monkshood is very hardy. It survives -40 to – 60 degrees F in northeastern Ontario to reappear every year in our former home garden having stems with full blooms similar to Delphinium. Beautiful poem. Thank you.
I like this poem 🙂
My favorite color …
The latin namn of this flower is Aconitum napellus. The Englund name is monkhood. Beautiful but toxic plant.