I have no idea what they are - sorry - but they are BEAUTIFUL!!!
What plant it is?They have beautiful flowers.Happy WW.
I cannot remember what they are, but I planted two flats in boxes on my patio last year and they loved direct sun.Happy WW
Hmmm...they look familiar but I'm not sure exactly what they are. I bet my mom would know. She knows all sorts of plants. They are pretty. :)
Those are so pretty. No idea what they are, but they are going to look gorgeous blooming on your patio.Thanks for visiting little Faith-Boo for Wordless Wednesday.
Great shot! Happy WW.
I always enjoy pics of plants. Happy WW!
I think they are called salvia. I'm not sure, but I planted those in Utah and they did like sun and heat! :) I'm in AZ too, maybe I should get some of those...still learning about plants here...
I'm not sure but they're beautiful.
We always called them Cock'sComb, but there is another name for them.I think this site shows the sae flower and gives information about their care..http://www.gardenguides.com/plants/info/flowers/annuals/celosia.asp
Those are beautiful! Thanks for visiting my blog. I've seen them before but I can't remember their name.
Thanks for the visit..you've really been to DYERSBURG???
I believe they are salvia...and they like sun light. I have them in bright red.Thanks for dropping by my blog for WW. Will be visiting your site again...thanks!
Not sure... I hope you can figure it out!Happy WW!!
As an accidental killer of plants, I have no words of wisdom.Sadly.(Thanks for coming by my site today.)
Looks like full sun, but then what do I know?
I haven't a clue...but they have an exotic look about them. Good luck!
Beautiful flowers. Thanks for sharing!
Beautiful flowers! :)Thanks for stopping by my blog & leaving a comment!
Pretty flowers - and thanks for stopping by my blog - I agree, I think they are salvia/cocks comb and they like sunlight!
I have no idea. But I see several other people had some good answers. :)Thanks for stopping by. And you're right The Look just gets worse the older they get. My two teens show me it often right now too....
I've always loved gold like you- more than silver. :)Thanks for stopping by HipMamaBlog.comYou should list your wonderful blog on HipMamasPlace.com. :)
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