What Is It?

Ok, all you plant lovers! Time to play “What Is It?

I saw this flower while walking Cody over at the high school.  It was small, close to the ground, in an area full of goldenrod and other wildflowers.  However, I think it might be a rogue garden flower from the property next to where we were walking.

At first I thought it might be a lady slipper, but it’s too white.

Anyone know what it is?

While you ponder, I’ll take a quick break:

‘Cause, you know, I see all the angles:

I may or may not post on Friday as I have places to be at particular times.  Of course, if a perfect photo opportunity comes up, I’ll let everyone know.  On account of I’m so considerate that way.

“Talk” to you again soon.

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19 Responses to What Is It?

  1. What ever it is, it’s very elegant and pretty

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  2. ladyryl says:

    It looks like it is sweet pea. grows on a hardy vine and this is actually the wild version of it. Garden colours are usually much brighter.

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  3. Karen J says:

    Judging from the shape of the base of the flower – it’s definitely in the pea family.
    (Plus, I glimpsed your answer, above – and I completely agree: Sweet Pea!)

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Tippy Gnu says:

    I think it’s a rougish Properticus.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Rivergirl says:

    Though the color is a bit muted… sweet pea?

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  6. Dan Antion says:

    “Pretty plant” it’s like “Birdie bird” which is what I call every bird I don’t recognize.

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  7. I know nothing about plants, but it is pretty, so sweet pea immediately came to mind (and that was before I read the comments) as I remember having a small flower bed of them under the front window as a child.

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  8. markbialczak says:

    I don’t know the names but I sure appreciate the beauty. I’m glad others have already come up with the tag sweat pea for this short burst of joy, CM!

    Like

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