Battery Park 2 of 2

The second part requires no words. I could use some hlep identifying some of the plants here and in Battery Park 1 of 1.

Battery Park map
Battery Park map

20 thoughts on “Battery Park 2 of 2

  1. Midwestern Plant Girl 2016-07-31 / 8:53 am

    I’ll contradict the botanist 😉
    The coneflower I think is a helinium (bumpy petals), the next is verbena, the next a monarda (?), anemone, then a physostegia (lupines not blooming now) , then lastly the purple bell I agree is a platycodon.

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    • Sherry Felix 2016-07-31 / 9:15 am

      Thanks for taking the time to do this for me :-). I will correct this as soon as I fix my hard drive issue. no computer for a little bit. I know how to fix it.


  2. Joe 2016-07-30 / 7:15 pm

    Beautiful images Sherry 🙂


  3. Sue 2016-07-30 / 1:43 pm

    Oh, lovely…your 4th image of a pinkish flower is a Japanese anemone….I posted one today!

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  4. the dune mouse 2016-07-30 / 12:58 pm

    wonderful park gallery and history. I hope you can use some of your posts as magazine articles! So informative with local history. Sorry I will be a bit behind in responses this next while but thank you for sharing your tours!!

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  5. Hassan 2016-07-30 / 8:18 am

    Hi Sherry! I asked a friend who has worked at the Philly Botanical Gardens and, off the top of her head, she said flower #6, purple, is a Lupine and #9, the purple bell shaped flower is a Platycodon or Chinese Bellflower. Hope this helps. Love, Cathy

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