Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Bearded Beggarticks

Bearded Beggarticks look like a flower to be grown in a cutting garden. This plant is under two feet in height and covered with radiant yellow flowers. It blooms August through October. The name Beggarticks comes from the seeds, which will stick to clothing if you brush against the plant. They also stick very well to fur, as the Grandoggies seem to be wearing some type of sticking seed every day now. Be sure to click on the picture for a larger view.

1 comment:

  1. That would be neat to paint with the centers of the flowers green where the petals fell off.
    QMM

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