I have seen these flowers everywhere for as long as I can remember, but do not know their name.
It is about 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch in diameter.
Very pretty flower. Looks like some kind of lily.
Don't know it but sure is pretty!
is it real tiny on a bush with a bunch of them blooming. If it is, is could be a moonbeam coreopsis. Just a hunch.
I think they look alike, what do you think.
Here is a link that might be useful: moonbeam coreopsis, is this it?
Whatever it is, it's pretty.
I know those Coreopsis have several and I mean several different flowers in the slightest way. But, even so, Your pic is gorgeous.
Thanks for the replies. We have Coreopsis here but this one is different or at least a different variety.
This little flower usually has only one bloom per plant and is only about 4 inches tall. The flower is less than an inch in diameter.
I will research it some more, and let you all know what I find.