I can't think of the name of these flowers so I'll call them Parking lot Spires since I shot them at my work parking area.
I went outside for some fresh air during lunch Tuesday and in spite of a light drizzle I did manage to take a few shots.
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I wish I could help you with the name, but frankly I find "parking lot spires" very amusing! Perfect name! :) And a lovely flower!
Have a nice Sunday!
I agree with Valkyrien ... love the name you gave these blossoms.
Hugs and blessings,
I like your name for your flowers Carver, and I enjoyed these photographs. Thanks for sharing and have a great week.
So lovely and yeah your name just suits for the meantime unless someone know what it's called. Have a happy week ahead carver.
they may be agave blooms but your name rocks sandy
Wonderful white bushes!
Hmmm, maybe Parking Queen? Haha!
Good for us that you decided to take some fresh air and took these wonderful shots! :)
God bless you!
I believe your lovely parking lot spires are the blooms of the Yucca plant.
Hope you're having a great Sunday!
I dont know the name of the flowers aND I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW FOR TO SAY YOU
This week, I am guest at the FLOWERS FROM TODAY and I am here for to congratulate you for you to be part of our group. Your photos give more charm, color, class, life and light to the TF. Thanks u very much, dearest.
I've seen them in parking lots, too. They are lovely and unusual.
Lovely bells, we have them here on the farm as well but I can't think of the name off hand without looking it up.
I think we have a consensus here to name it the way you named it.
They are just pure and pretty!
Haahhahahaah~ Cute name you've given the flowers!! :)
There's really no need to know the name of the flowers as long as we appreciate their presence :)
Have a good and peaceful week ahead Carver!
What a fitting name :)
I think they are lovely!
Gorgeous by any name. That there's beauty to be seen in a parking lot makes me very happy. Thanks for sharing!
I agree with Carletta, I think it's some kind of a Yucca plant. But who cares, right? they are lovely!
i have also no idea what are those called =(
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