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Anyone know what this is?

Posted by katisu 5 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 27, 14 at 23:00

You're probably tiring of my questions, but this forum is wonderful for newbies like me!

This is growing in mostly shade. It is a couple feet tall.


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I *think* this May be the same plant with blooms. 3-4 feet tall.


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I believe the two photos are of different plants. The first is a sunflower.


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Definitely two separate plants. The first I don't know but I don't think it's a sunflower. The second looks like Lysimachia ciliata.


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The first one should bloom soon enough then it can be identified.


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I think you're right about the second one for sure. I'll post pics of the first once it blooms.

Thanks!


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I think the first one is some kind of Hibiscus.


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Hibiscus moscheutos


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And the winner is....hibiscus!


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