Unusual Flower Sighted

This delightful daisy relative can be found in high elevation fields. In latin it’s named Bellis cervidae which means pretty deer.

To fully appreciate this darling little flower, take a hike up to your favorite alpine meadow and see it in person.

Kim Williams, I hold this image dear to my heart!


  1. there’s some serious ear nommage to be done, here…
    (for science, of course.)

  2. Your sacrifice is admirable, tracylee. ;)

  3. Where should we put the statue? ;)

  4. [snortlaff]

  5. y’all are just jealous that I thought of the… er… experiment… first

  6. She reminds me of another fabled beauty… http://www.kingtutone.com/queens/nefertiti/nefertiti_museum1.jpg

  7. Yes, I can see the resemblance! I think it’s the long graceful neck…

  8. i was thinking more along the lines of http://www.triviatribute.com/images4/majelbarrett7.jpg

  9. Kari Callin says:

    “FLOWER! Where ARE you?!”

  10. ;D

  11. Props for the Bambi reference.

  12. ReflectAwear says:

    Where’s the “like” button?!

  13. Looks like those bulbs I ordered from Deers and RoeBucks having finally come up.

  14. [stands in awe]

  15. Standing there right next to you. Awestruck indeed!

  16. That daisy must get GREAT reception…

  17. About to say, he could rent out those ears to NSI – camoflauged to boot.

  18. I’m feeling a bit twitterpated over this one.

  19. awwwwwwwwwwwwww

  20. The Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiills are alive, wif the sound of muuuuuuuuuuuusic……………!!!! :roll:

  21. Whatcha think? Given the size of the ears, is that a mule deer?

  22. I love ears with lots of hair in them….except on men :lol:

  23. Thank you for adding that last part. :)

  24. Fird Birfle says:


  25. Lewis n' Clark says:

    People! The Plinkage!

  26. Fird Birfle says:


    Not just merely *ded* but REEEEEEALLY most

  27. Those ears could be twin satellite dishes.


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