ArtFlowers
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Flower identification needed for an art exhibit

Hello :)

I need help identifying two flowers for an art exhibit. I know these are fake, but we need to identify what they are in the creation of an unique art piece. Please see link. https://photobucket.com/floweridentification

Help much appreciated!!!

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lorax
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Your link isn't working - but since it's photobucket, you should be able to grab the [img] tagged line of code and just paste it into a reply here - then the photos will show up in the thread.

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Link worked for me. Here's the two pictures I found:

[img]https://i1289.photobucket.com/albums/b502/RDenverGallery/2012-09-27124847_zps303eabe0.jpg[/img]

[img]https://i1289.photobucket.com/albums/b502/RDenverGallery/2012-09-27124807_zpsf2bfb2a7.jpg[/img]

the first pictures, the flowers are poppies. It's hard to tell what leaves go with them. Here's what poppy plants look like

[img]https://www.eattheweeds.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Papaver_rhoeas_plant.jpg[/img]
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Looking at the leaves, I believe there is a chrysanthemum in the first photo.

Eric

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