A Clarkia of some kind? I can't tell--its kinda dying. :-P
I´m sorry - I can´t help but the photo is really lovely.
Rosebay willowherb? (If that grows in your part of the world)
Guess you may have to settle calling them nice.
I have no idea, but they are beautiful!
Very pretty and a lovely colour, whatever their name!
They are beautiful, wish I could name them for you but I have a hard time identifying my own. Have a great week.An English Girl Rambles
They look a little like Larkspur, but I don't think that is what they are. Very lovely image of a beautiful flower whatever it is~
I second the rosebay willowherb, but since you are in America, I will call it fireweed. - same thing, different name. Personally, I prefer the English name.
Sweet image, great colors to! ;)
Silly Nutcase, they are the genus 'Purpleus Idonhaveaclueus' ;-)Very pretty. I like how some of the stamen are curved back towards the flower.
I'm thinking some kind of fireweed, but Woody said it best - Purpleus Idonhaveaclueus! :=}
I would also guess fireweed. That was one plant in the Pacific Northwest I was delighted and surprised to learn is native (as it's a weedy, edgy, disturbance-loving thing). Nice shot. =)
Whatever they are called, they look delectable. Glad you snapped them to let us see too.
I believe that's a wallflower, which is a California native.
i thought clarkia as well, but plants are not my realm.
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