Devil's Trumpet, Datura species
Some species of the genus Datura. The upright blooms rule out the other possible genus, Brugmansia, whose flowers face downward, or occasionally outward.
There's a photo bombing bee in the shot, sadly out of focus.
Raised demonstration beds
County Farm Park & Rec Center, Ann Arbor
Taken August 26, 2017
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From 2017 Gardens
That is such a great shape. It looks like one of those big, soft floppy hats that were so popular in the 1970s - except upside down. I love the detail in the textures of the petals. Nicely done!
Nice capture of the devil's trumpet, great light!
This is an excellent photo of this Devil's Trumpet. I like the lighting and the dew you captured on the top of this flower.
Very pretty capture of the morning dew on the flowers--love the even-out-of-focurs bee.
Absolutely exquisite with all those little drops of water on the datura! Fabulous work!
Lovely light and detail. Great composition.
Very Pretty Flower 👍...
Beautiful flower and capture. Great light and detail.
The beautiful flower belies the severe poisonous nature of this species, which is sometimes ingested for it hallucinogenic properties!
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