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what is the name of these yellow flowers

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what is the name of these yellow flowers

Hi
Please see attached picture. These flowers are tall and they are blooming these days. Would appreciate if you know the name of it. Thank you very much.

Update:
I uploaded another picture (close look) thank you
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Penalty Box
Nov 21, 2013
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lwlwlwlw wrote: Hi
Please see attached picture. These flowers are tall and they are blooming these days. Would appreciate if you know the name of it. Thank you very much.
You should have take a pictures from farther, just to make it more difficult to identify 🧐🤣🤣
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DoorCrasher wrote: You should have take a pictures from farther, just to make it more difficult to identify 🧐🤣🤣
I see your point. I could not, no parking that side.
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lwlwlwlw wrote: I see your point. I could not, no parking that side.
Why did the chicken cross the road?

To take a friggin photo!
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My guess would be roses too. The yellow blobs are too round to be a helianthus or heliopsis.
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Mars2012 wrote: My guess would be roses too. The yellow blobs are too round to be a helianthus or heliopsis.
My guess too

I copied the photo, and blew up the flowers

Shape tells me they are prob roses (too out of focus / blurry to confirm tho)

Actually it looks to me like this Gardener might just realky like roses, as I think there are others growing in the garden as well ... the lighter yellow and deep red blooms on the shorter plants.

My guess these Deep Yellows are either Climbing Roses, or Floribundas.
Possibilities that are Deep Yellow in Colour :
Roberta Bondar (Climber)
Sunsprite (Floribunda)

Right now my money is on Roberta Bondar
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TomLafinsky wrote: OP, next time you drive by, cross the street and ring the doorbell. There is no charge. And maybe let us know...
Might have been a great idea a year ago but i don’t want strangers at my door these days.
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GrumpyOne1 wrote: Might have been a great idea a year ago but i don’t want strangers at my door these days.
I'd personally be pleased to answer someone asking questions about my garden.I put much effort on this garden
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Sorry, I uploaded a new and close picture. Please have a look. I know I should have done long time ago.
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Definitely not a rose or dahlia. It's a helianthus or rudbeckia of some sort. Perhaps Helianthus multiflorus 'Flore Pleno' or Rudbeckia laciniata hortensia.
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Mars2012 wrote: Definitely not a rose or dahlia. It's a helianthus or rudbeckia of some sort. Perhaps Helianthus multiflorus 'Flore Pleno' or Rudbeckia laciniata hortensia.
We have a number of these in our neighbourhood, and I would go with the Helianthus multiflorus assignment. (I agree that they are definitely not roses or dahlias.)
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Giant mutated dandelion?
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