Osteospermum or Cape Daisy, a native to South Africa that loves a sunny position. The name Osteospermum is derived from the Greek osteon (= bone) and Latin spermum (= seed). Quite often they have blue centres.
Paula’s Black & White Sunday Challenge at Lost in Translation is Still Life.
The Clematis tangutica are a group of yellow clematis that are decked with dangling yellow lantern-like flowers from July to October. The Clematis tangutica have very fluffy interesting seedheads after flowering.
Eryngium is a genus of flowering plants in the family Apiaceae. … The dome-shaped umbels of steely blue or white flowers have whorls of spiny basal bracts. Their generic name derives from the Greek for sea holly.
I think this could be Helianthus ‘Lemon Queen’ but what I love most about it are the curling stigmas at the ends of the stamens. Click the image for a closer look.