This looks more like some disturbance of the terminal growing point
(resulting in leaves growing without any length to the internodes
between them) than any flower. Hard to tell from the leaves what your
Oh, and before someone flames you, let me kindly point out that it's
bad net etiquette to post attached image files. It makes hash out of
some people's newsreaders. Much better to make a temporary web page
with the images and provide the URL.
Peter Goodman wrote:
>> I have a small volunteer bush growing in my yard . It is about 1.5 feet high
> with several stems. Most of the stems have developed a rose like green
> flower ( leaf cluster ) at their ends. I have been unable to ID this bush
> and would appreciate some help. I am located near Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
>> I have attached a jpg of one of the flowers. The flower is about 1.5 inchs
> in diameter.