I sat through the night and went through your entire site. I enjoyed your photography very much, thank you. I'm a bit of a wildflower buff and can identify all three of your unnamed plants, I think. The two spent flower husks are Queen Anne's Lace (Daucus carota), the original wild plants from which our common carrots were cultivated. The remaining single flower is Yellow Goat's Beard (Tragopogon dubius). I believe the city of Toronto classifies both as noxious weeds, but I quite love them!
Again, thanks for sharing your vision of the city.
Hi Jill. Thanks very much for the nice comment and for identifying the flowers. I appreciate both.
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