Plant ID forum: Flower identification

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Heatherb413
Jan 2, 2018 7:15 PM CST
I dried this flower out over the summer but I'm not sure what type of flower it is. Can you help me identify?
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Name: Lin
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plantladylin
Jan 2, 2018 7:20 PM CST
Reminds me of Coneflowers (Echinacea)
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pepper23
Jan 2, 2018 7:26 PM CST
I agree with coneflower.
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Yorkshirelass
Jan 3, 2018 1:13 PM CST
I agree
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tofitropic
Jan 3, 2018 8:18 PM CST
Can you show the back of the flower, would like to see their involucral bracts (seems too leafy)
The seed also seems not spiky.
I am thinking of Calistephus chinensis, but never pay attention much to their dried appearances
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luvsgrtdanes
Jan 4, 2018 6:48 PM CST
I don't think it's a coneflower either. Looks like either calistephus chinensis or my first thought a zinnia.
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Henhouse
Jan 6, 2018 2:19 AM CST
I'm going to go with zinnia... take some of the seed off and google pictures of zinnia seed, or harvesting zinnia seed, and you can see if they match.. If not, do the same thing with other suggestions.
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