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native oklahoma plant id please

Posted by scottcalv 7 (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 9, 14 at 20:31

Does anyone know what this plant is called. I might like to propagate it for some xeriscape. It is silvery gray, ferny looking, about 2 feet tall and wide. It grows in central Oklahoma zone 7 and survives all day sun and drought. it is growing in clay soil. In early summer it had either pink or purple flowers spikes. I can't remember for sure.

Any thoughts?

Thank you.

Scott


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RE: native oklahoma plant id please

Looks like Amorpha canescens


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RE: native oklahoma plant id please

Wow! Quick response. Thanks. You might be right. I will take the descriptions I found about it and give the plant a closer look. You might have nailed it.

Any other ideas from anyone else?

Thanks


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RE: native oklahoma plant id please

  • Posted by dbarron Z6/7 (Oklahoma) (My Page) on
    Sat, Aug 9, 14 at 23:09

Nope, that's right.


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RE: native oklahoma plant id please

Thanks!


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