These Allium, 'Globemaster' seedheads (about 7" diameter), are just as ornamental in the garden as when they're in bloom:
Would anyone else care to share their seedheads?
Those are lovely. Wish I had some.
Not sure these all qualify as seed heads, but here's some
Oriental poppy seedhead.
Yours are beautiful!
Not sure what the first one is - some kind of cone flower?
I love O. Poppy seedheads - they are so unique!
Thanks for sharing, both of you.
Wow, those are all beautiful!
My DH is using his seedhead...hee, hee!
I like the photo.'
I believe your allium is not globemaster but christophii ( Stars of persia)
My first pic is a wildflower, Indian Paint Brush I think.
Second is a wild thistle. And, the third one is a little grass that went to seed.
LOVE that angle on the poppy Ron.
Joan, glad to hear your hubby is being so productive. ;)
Thanks for the IDs on your photos.
I've never seen Indian Paint Brush before.
It reminds me of the native coneflowers we have around here.
Glad you liked the Allium photo, but it is indeed, 'Globemaster'.
I used to have 'Star of Persia', but it died out. It's a much larger globe, sometimes reaching 10+ inches in diameter. Its florets are spaced much farther apart:
Here's a Nigella/Love in the Mist seed pod!
I have Purple Sensation-Allium...I had cleaned them out of garden already for the pods...This is when they 1st came out...Sorry for shaky but I think I was just trying out a new lens...