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Posted by gardeningjunkie z5b (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 30, 06 at 12:43

I wintersowed these last year and now I can't remember what they are, can anybody help me out?

gardeningjunkie

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Pretty! Kinda light in color than what I've seen in pix, but could it be Bird's Foot Trefoil?


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No, I don't remember having any of those seeds so I don't think thats it, there are several different colors I just posted the yellow because it was the best picture, here is a picture of the other colors.

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Linaria?


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Looks like my nemesias. I love them.

Deb


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Looks like toadflax lunaria especially the second pic. mine looke the same and was the same color.

Fran


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Linaria vulgaris


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It's Linaria maroccana :D
I have the 'Northern Lights' which come in various bi-colors. They will bloom spring thru a couple light frosts in fall.

Linaria vulgaris is a weed to the US...I don't think anyone would actually plant this on purpose as it's considered invasive and/or noxious just like it's other cousin L. dalmatica (Dalmation Toadflax). So far D. vulgaris is listed noxious in: ID, MT, NV, NM, OR, SD, WA and WY....Dalmation Toadflax to everywhere listed above plus: AZ, CA, CO, and ND

Vera


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