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Tuner identification

Posted by SkaryKari 9 (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 12, 14 at 18:30

Can anyone tell what these might be? I just bought this house and found tons and tons of these when I dug up a garden bed. They were all seperate and in various sizeS. I am new to gardening and have no idea what they are or if they're worth saving. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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RE: Tuner identification

Look like dahlia tubers. Lucky you.

RE: Tuner identification

Don't dahlia tubers grow in connected clumps though? These were all on their own in different spots...

RE: Tuner identification

Sorry, yes there should be a group together. Maybe 4 O"Clocks.

RE: Tuner identification

I second the 4 o clocks.
Grown as annuals in colder climates.

They are charming and funny and brightly colored.

Unless you happen to be a white-only or no- yellow- person you will have fun with those resilient plants.

Bye, Lin

Here is a link that might be useful: About Mirabilis

RE: Tuner identification

or possibly incarvillea.

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