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Plant ID plz

Discussion in 'Plant Identification' started by Bambam1989, Mar 11, 2018.

  1. Bambam1989

    Bambam1989 Well-Known Member

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    Found this under a clump of alyssum. Any ideas?
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    ...... Nobody has an idea?
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    My best guess would be some kind of anemone.
    Anemone blanda
    looks very similar, but it's not native in USA (or maybe it's an escaped ornamental plant?).
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    Hmm that does look right. I don't know how it got there though. It's pretty so I'll leave it there for now. Pitty it's not tort safe.
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    I got another that I'm having some issues IDing. This is coming up in a wooded area of our property. It looks similar to several plants in my online search. Wanted to see what y'all said though.
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    Try looking up Mallow , it looks very similar and your location in woodland setting sounds right.
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    No it's not mallow. I have that here and this one is not the same.
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    Hmmmmm, have to think on this one.
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    I believe it may be a fringecup.
    Does this look correct? Anyone have experience with this plant?
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    That looks to be an aster? Maybe
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    I’m betting on some kind of an anemony
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    I've no idea. :confused:
    Will you enlighten us when it starts to bloom? :D
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    It does look like fringe-cup - Tiarella or possibly Tolmiea.
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