Unknown White Flower

From my archives when I visited the arboretum for the first time last summer. 

I tried to google this flower to get the name but was unsuccessful so I have no name for it. 



Same image...I just handtinted it.








Linking with TODAY'S FLOWERS
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Have a good week everyone. It's snowing....again. I made a bunch of images over the weekend some with barns and snow so stay tuned for The Barn Collective.


Comments

TexWisGirl said…
it's lovely and quite unique (to me). :)
Melissa said…
It's the time of year where we could all use a little taste of summer!
DeniseinVA said…
It is a smile bringer whatever it is. Gorgeous!
Cloudia said…
who cares what it's called, I'd rather bask in these photos!




ALOHA from Honolulu
ComfortSpiral
<3
The Furry Gnome said…
Looks like the reddish variety of Ninebark to me Felicia. We have some and it attracts bees and butterflies in June more than any other plant in the garden - it's just buzzing with insects. Horticultural varieties come in a range from purple to almost yellow.
stines zuhause said…
Sehr schöne Aufnahmen, so filigran diese Blüten.
Grüße von Stine
Linda W. said…
Nice photos. The flower looks like some kind of tree blossom. But I'm far from a botanist, so maybe someone else will be able to name it.
Britta said…
Nice shots, Feli!
Have a nice week!
Britta
Stewart M said…
Great looking flowers - and what ever its called, it looks good.

I am probably not the person to say this, but sometimes we should just forget about names and concentrate on beauty.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

PS: work has settled down, school and summer holidays just about over, normal service will now be resumed!
CDH said…
I agree with furry gnome. I do believe it's a nine bark. I have 3 varieties starting here in the yard.
Very pretty trees.
Cheri
Paul said…
Deja vu. Several years ago I posted a picture of this very same type of flower and even had a similar title for my post!
PerthDailyPhoto said…
Gorgeous images Felicia.. I know I've seen this plant here but do you think I can remember it's name.. I can't :)
Beautiful images Felicia, I know I've seen this flower before but I'll be darned if I can remember the name of it.
Stephanie said…
Pretty flower shots! It is nice to see fresh flowers in January.
Mascha said…
Beautiful photos! For me it looks like a "Physocarpus opulifolius diabolo", I have such in the garden with dark red leaves
http://www.baumschule-horstmann.de/shop/exec/product/729/3844/Dunkelrote-Blasenspiere-Diabolo.html
Gemma Wiseman said…
Such lovely blossoms all clustered together. The blossoms remind me of my pear tree blossoms but the leaves are different.
Revrunner said…
Gorgeous, especially on a day when we're expecting rain and snow.
eileeninmd said…
Hello Felicia, lovely flowers and images.. Nice to see blooms on this snowy morning.. Have a happy day!
Leovi Leovi said…
These pictures are gorgeous, full of finesse and beautiful colors!
maryaustria said…
Wonderful photos! This flower is really pretty!
Flowers without names are mostly the most pretty ones :) And this one sure is pretty :))
Thanks for showing!
Have a fine day in all your snow, here it's raining again after some hours of snow...
【ツ】Knipsa

Aimeecakes said…
Beautiful photos, they kinda remind me of the Geraldton Wax that we get here (although I suspect they are only found in Western Australia) but whatever they're called, they're very pretty!
Rose said…
Well, I had never heard of ninebark so will look that up when I get off. These are lovely images!
Ohhhh...I love you Mother Nature.
abrianna said…
Very pretty flowers.
ladyfi said…
Such pretty shots!
Breathtaking said…
Oh, beautiful blooms and pictures.
I'm not sure what it is( although it looks a little like our Pasquins, which bloom in Easter.
Have a good week!:)
Primitive Stars said…
Morning Felicia, love the pictures, makes me happy to see now instead of white snow. Blessings Francine.
Debby Ray said…
Wow...simply stunning. I thought of you this weekend when I noticed some mushrooms growing next to a tree stump in my yard :)
Karen S. said…
Just the beauty of these is all I need!
Gunilla Bäck said…
Gorgeous! I love the datk leaves in combination with the white blossoms. Always a favorite of mine.
Beautiful blossom and you make such amazing art from your images; it's really fun to see what you do (and I wish I were half as good!).
Terry and Linda said…
Well, it looks like a fruit tree bloom to me.

Linda ❤⊱彡
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
filigarn said…
Absolutely beautiful!!!
Gosia k said…
masterpiece but at Poland we don't have it..
Pamela Gordon said…
Such beautiful images!
Hannah said…
The flowers are lovely in their rounded clusters, and I like the petals on the edges of their tiny cup, and froth of stamens. I wanted a ninebark for the burgundy leaves, but got a Cotinus instead because deer don't eat it as much.
Juliana said…
Beautiful blossom! You have a lot of great shots here! thanks for nice comments! Welcome to my blog!

xoxo, Juliana | PJ’ Happies :) | PJ’ Ecoproject
Bethany Carson said…
It is a very beautiful flower! Nice shots!
BEAUTIFUL. Now that I know (from a few of your readers) its name, I should plant it this spring. Thanks for sharing it Felicia.
EG CameraGirl said…
Looks like a Ninebark to me! I have several in my yard. ;)
John's Island said…
I agree with the concensus of comments ... whatever the name is, your photos are beautiful!
pattisjarrett said…
It is pretty, and lends itself well to your artistic coloring.