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name this echinacea please!

Posted by samfawzy10 Z5 (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 9, 13 at 18:21

This echinacea is growing in my garden; it looks very different than what I have... what sort of echinacea it is?


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RE: name this echinacea please!

another picture...


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RE: name this echinacea please!

I think it may be a disease, Aster Yellows.

Here is a link that might be useful: Aster yellows


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RE: name this echinacea please!

Agree with aster yellows - a diseased plant.


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a really freaking cool diseased plant.. lol ...

did you know.. that many variegated plants ... are actually diseased... one way or another ....

unless you are some collector of echinacea.. and have a hundred prime specimens... i doubt you have to go out there and sacrifice it to the pagan gods today ...

but i am not researching the disease for you .... doubt being the key word in the prior sentence ...

ken


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Asters Yellow is spread to a lot of different plants through leafhoppers. I the weird flowering thing is cool too, but I'd be wary of this disease, lots of plants are susceptable.

Here is a link that might be useful: http://www.plantsgalore.com/care/disease/Diseases-aster-yellows.htm


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