This is the request I sent out into the universe yesterday:
I should know what this is but can’t remember. If someone refreshes my memory, I’ll post the name.
And although Pat, Angloswiss, Ghostmmnc, Derrick and Slmret came to my aid (Thanks, all,) Bob at Love Will Bring Us Together seems to be the most thorough and persuasive in his identification, agreeing with Pat, Angloswiss and Slmret, and Derrick agrees with him. Here is his solution to the flower mystery:
The Physostegia flowers are evenly spread about the stem at 4 right angles to one another in cross-section.
What’s more, (I’m so proud,) I seem to have driven Bob to declaring himself the Robin Hood of plant identification. He went on to say:If you wish to avail yourself, i now have my ‘service’ up on my blog: 🙂
So let’s keep him busy and out of trouble. He’s taken care of
all of my identification woes for the past year and so now extends his generous offer out to the blogging world in general. Once again, thanks, Bob.
And, again, thanks to all of you who helped to solve the mystery.
For Cee’s FOTD.