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On September 27,2008 WhackyWaco said:

"Thank you for viewing the photo and I am glad to see that you recognize a bee, but you obviously do not know your plants very well. Salvia is a spinely flowered plant that only grows about 12 inches tall while cockscomb, which is also known as rooster comb or celosia grows to 24 inches in height or taller and has a thick flowery head. It comes in colors of red, yellow, and burgandy or scarlet. You can google on cockscomb or go to the following website for more information."

On September 26,2008 said:

"Well, that's a bee, no doubt about that....and that's a flower, for sure....but I DON'T think that's a COCKSCOMB. Looks more like a salvia, maybe??"

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