Halcyon
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I need help identifying this flower... Please help.

Hi, I really need help identifying this flower.

I am not a gardener, and I know very little about gardening. However, if you could tell me what the breed(?) of this flower is or a book which could illude to the name I would be very greatful.

[img]https://www.mcmoms.org/graphics/orange%20flower.gif[/img]
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I think it's a Gazania, but let's get some verification from the rest of the gang. Opa, Newt, anybody else want to kick in their two cents?

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Is Gazania the species of the flower or the name of the actual flower? I googled for "Gazania" in the images section and I saw flowers which look similar but not quite the same...

Thank you in advanced again for any assistance.

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mystery flower

It could also be a blown-up strawflower, or something helichrysum (sp?), perhaps. Rots o' ruck.

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Thank you, it seems it is a helichrysum. I am not sure what type of helichrysum it is though. It is possible that it has been blown up... I'll keep searching.

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Some more images are located at https://www.fareham.gov.uk/town/community/fibintro.asp I am unsure whether the flower grows in England however, it is a high probability.

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Found the name, thank you for your help.

I have found the name of the flower, thank you to all of those who helped. For the curios it is a Gerbera.

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I thought so! It would have helped if that site hadn't cut out the leaves to the plant and all. Gerberas are very nice. :)

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Agreed, Grey...



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