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What is this plant?

Posted by theloghrys Mn (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 15, 14 at 18:29

Help! I have no idea if this is the plant we originally planted or an overgrown weed. Please help identify!

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RE: What is this plant?

Do you have a close-up of the blooms? I think weigela or lilac are possibilities.

This post was edited by odyssey3 on Tue, Jul 15, 14 at 22:58

RE: What is this plant?

That looks like nepeta catmint 'sweet dreams'

RE: What is this plant?

need a leaf close up .. and flower closeup ... does it smell like a lilac???

reminds me of my dwarf lilac.. paladin ... a summer rebloomer ...

which though dwarf... is now 8 feet wide.. and 5 foot tall ...

if you confirm my suspicion ... its not well sited ... move in fall ..


RE: What is this plant?

Thanks everyone! It is definitely nepeta catmint "Sweet dreams" We must have planted it - it is not what was on our original landscape plan but it is pretty.

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