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please help with id. better pic this time

Posted by southerngardening24 7b (My Page) on
Tue, May 27, 14 at 21:48

I took a better picture of the plant in question. it's the one in the middle of the pincushion plant. thanks for any responses.


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RE: please help with id. better pic this time

It's best to keep going on the same thread Southergardening24. People won't know which plant you are discussing if they get separated. Whatever this second plant is you need to dig up both plants and carefully disentangle them. Replant the Scabiosa in situ and put the unknown in a pot until it is identified. The longer you leave it the more overwhelmed the Scabiosa will be and the more difficult to separate.

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Here is a link that might be useful: Original question


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RE: please help with id. better pic this time

floral you are right. I will separate them tonight after the sun eases off. I posted a new thread because I figured it will be more likely to be seen instead of the original one. I'm still really new here and still learning alot. thank you.


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RE: please help with id. better pic this time

Your original thread will stay at the top if you add to it. Just keep on with the same conversation. We'll see it.


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