Welcome to Macro Flowers Saturday #58!
I have an interesting spirea flower to share today. I've never seen such a hairy spirea flower before. With its many, very long stamens, the flowers look like some delicate brush.
Though I tried to identify it, I couldn't find out what kind of spirea this is.
I just found out that this is a Diablo Ninebark Shrubs - Physocarpus opulifolius.
I've found this flowering spirea shrub on the roadside, squeezed between some others shrubs.
It was about 1.8m tall but its spread was not visible.
If someone knows its name, please share it with us, here on Macro Flowers Saturday.
Have a beautiful weekend!Update:
So, this is not a spirea but a Diablo Ninebark Shrubs (Physocarpus opulifolius). What a name!?
Stan's wife was able to identify it and I checked, it's true. Thank you Stan and Mrs. Stan.
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