FOTD: Mystery Vines at the Park

Thursday morning I walked home from the dentist and saw three types of vines covering a park fence. Two I recognized: maiden’s bower and morning glory. The third was mysterious; I’m hoping a reader can tell me what flower it is.

Mystery Flower Photo: Rebecca Cuningham
Maiden’s Bower. Photo: Rebecca Cuningham
Morning Glory? Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

Good morning; clean bill of health at the dentist and lovely flowers to boot.

¡Olé! –Rebecca

This post is part of Debbie’s Six Word Saturday and Cee’s Flower of the Day.

#6WS  #sixwordsaturday #FOTD

Rebecca Cuningham

25 thoughts on “FOTD: Mystery Vines at the Park

  1. Ugh, you’ve reminded me that I need to get my yearly dental check, now long overdue. I’m no help when it comes to flowers in your part of the world. However, it’s a beautiful flowering vine to brighten one’s day. A young neighbor who has taken up gardening has a Google app that allows you to identify plants simply by photographing them with your smartphone. It’s called PlantNet Plant Identification.

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