Mexican Marigold (Tagetes erecta)

The species I am observing is a flower. I notice this flower has big fluffy orange petals. The petals looks a bit ruffled. I notice that the petals form a round surface. The color of the petals are very eye-catching because of the unique bright color of orange. I notice there are 5 of the same flower, each one is the same shade of orange and each has flowy petals. I wonder how this flower helps then environment around it. I notice its surroundings are all green aside from the separate purple grayish plant next to it. I wonder if bee's can feed off this flower. I wonder why this flower smells so unique. It reminds me of a Vermilion Flycatcher because they both have a beautiful shade of orange. They both remind me of a sunsets. This picture was taken on Nov 11, 2020 at 11:29 AM from Reception Garden.

Posted by dshosie11 dshosie11, November 14, 2020 04:27

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