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Maybe an Escapee

Posted by jekeesl Central AR 7b (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 14, 13 at 16:18

I snapped a quick shot of some tiny plants this morning, because of those cream-lined leaves. I didn't see the flower until I transferred photos to my computer this pm. That structure to the left is a plastic nursery pot with drainage holes, and the holes provide perspective on size. But I don't know if the flower and plants belong together. They were in a rocky drainage ditch, in front of a home.

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RE: Maybe an Escapee

I thought the white looked like leaves, not flowers. Reminds me of Euiphorbia marginata.


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RE: Maybe an Escapee

Possibly Daphne 'Carol Mackie'

Here is a link that might be useful: link


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i was thinking daphne also..

with a terminal albino in the mix.. dont get too excited.. it will die.. hence the name ...

ken


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Daphne looks like a possibility. And carol might be right about the white portion being foliage. Thanks all.


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Guessing a Sedum maybe S.lineare variegated.
Reason being Daphne hate hot climates. It may
be cooler than Texas, but may be hot enough
to do in Daphne.

Here is a link that might be useful: Sedum lineare Variegated


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RE: Maybe an Escapee

I agree that the white looks like leaves. Is the foliage succulent? If so I'd go with the Sedum idea. If not how about Arabis procurrens 'Variegata'.


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I cropped the image until I could see leaf edges, and it does appear to be a succulent. Internet images of Sedum lineare seem to match, in both leaf shape and pattern. I'll have to return in April or May to check for yellow flowers.


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