My browser won't support your photo site, so this is a stab in the dark. Both
Echinops (globe thistle) and Eryngium species (Sea holly) produce flower heads
that resemble balls (and somewhat spikey ones at that). They are relatively
common midsummer perennials. Try a Google image search to see if either match
your mystery plant.
pam - gardengal
Hi Pam, no, it's neither one. If you can imagine, the stem is somewhat
thick, and at the top 4 inches or so, you've got what looks like green peas
all around it, with what looks like something that may have bloomed on the
tips (it's withered up and black).
That really is one crummy photo!!!
Did you take the picture from a moving car?
Those "odd balls" are what we lay people call the fruit.
Seeing it in flower would have been much more helpful.
BTW, ZeD sucks!!!!
Watch it fartwad, YOU are the one that posted a shitty link to a shitty
website with the shitty picture. Nobody can correctly identify your blurred
picture of some nondescript plant in fruit. YOU are the useless one,
Both ZeD and YOU suck big time!!!!
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