Michigan flowers….

What is this flower? It might be some sort of lily.
These white flowers were big – 8″ across or so. The petals seemed sheer. Is this a peony? It does not grow in my part of the world.
I think this is a lady slipper…
Even the dandelions are pretty here.

7 thoughts on “Michigan flowers….

  1. Yes, that is a peony…you can tell by the leaves. I have one of these in my Metro-Detroit Michigan garden in a deep burgandy. They are frilly and delicate compared to other peony varieties. I am glad you are enjoying your Michigan stay…your pictures are showing why I love the state I live in.

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  2. The top flower is a Salpiglosis it grows a lot like a petunia, but more upright. I love them and even have a chocolate one and a bright yellow. They are more of an annual grown from seed.

    Nice pictures. I've never been to Michigan.

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  3. Thanks for the flower info. It's amazing how many flowers don't grow where I live – where it's so much hotter. Or maybe what's more surprising is how many flowers grow in so many different climates.

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