Thursday, July 21, 2011

Two-flowered Cynthia

I discovered this flower by taking macro shots of some bees. At the first, I thought it was Dandelion. It turned out that I was very wrong. When I uploaded pictures to my PC and took a good look at this flower, found out they are actually Two-flowered Cynthia (Krigia biflora). They are small (flower clusters are 1-2 in), native flowers and provide food source for many long-tonged bees and wasps. They bloom from June to July about one month and no wonder I have a lot of bees here! -- Linda

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