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Posted by proudgm_03 6 MO (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 4, 09 at 15:33

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The last one has a tag that says bachelor buttons but I wanted to verify because I don't remember having any bachelor buttons bloom to reseed.


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I'll give it my best shot.

1 Gallardia

2 Rudbeckia hirta

3 Dwarf Bleeding Heart

4 ? Pink Coneflower

5 ? Artemisia

6 Coreopsis grandiflora

7 Overlap of two plants, fuzzy leaves ~ hesperis, ragged edge ~ OxEye Daisy

8 Larkspur

9 Hesperis

10 Garden Phlox

11 Gaillardia

12 ? Mouse Ear Chickweed

13 Columbine

14 ? Familiar, I want to say an herb, either lavender or rosemary

15 ? Garden Phlox

16 ?

17 Dinathus

18 ~ likely a cornflower, some are perennial but they are so hardy that the annuals can winter over very well.

T


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Let me try...

1. ?

2, Rudbeckia (Black Eyed Susan)

3. Could be Delphinium, Aconitum, or Bleeding Heart.

4. Echinacea.

5. ?

6, Coreopsis.

7. ?

8. ?

9. Perennial Bachelor Button known as Centaurea Montana.

10. Forget Me Not biennial.

11. ?

12. A blue flowering Veronica/mint which spreads like wildfire. ??

13. Columbine or Thalictrum.

14. ?

15. ?

16. Lavender.

17. Lynchnis - possibly German Catchfly.

18. ?

Looking back at Trudi's IDs, my #17 is most likely wrong.


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17 might be a lychnis, I've got a ragged robin just coming up that looks a bit like that.


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2. some type of rudibeckia
13. definitely columbine
14. did you plant any baptisia?
16.


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Here's my go:

1-Gaillardia (sure)
2-Rudbeckia (sure)
3-Larkspur/delphinum?
4-unk
5-unk
6-unk (forget-me-nots?)
7-Gaillardia?
8-Nigella? Larkspur?
9-Coreopsis?
10-Jewels of Opar?
11-Daisy? Gaillardia?
12-Mother of Thyme (pretty sure)
13-Columbine (sure)
14-Baptisia (I think so too, pretty sure)
15-Peony?
16-Moss Rose (if its a succulent, hard to see how fat it is)
17-Dianthus or a cousin (sure)
18-unk

--Tina


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Floodthelast,
I was going to say Baptisia on #14 as well because of the leaves on the front, but there also appears to be different leaves in the bunch. Proud - Could there be two plants there?


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16 def looks like my lavendar.
13. columbine


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1. gaillardia
2. rudbeckia
3. larkspur
4. echinacea
8. larkspur
11. gaillardia
13. columbine`
16. lavender

Karen.


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1. Gaillardia
2. Rudbeckia
3. Delphinium/Larkspur
4. Echinacea (although if it's already up it's pretty early)
5. Feverfew? (looks like mine)
6. Knautia macedonica
7. Knautia macedonica
8. too blurred
9. Coreopsis
10. too blured
11. ?
12. Thymus serypllum (Mother-of-Thyme)
13. Columbine
14. ?
15. too blurred
16. Lavender angustifolia
17. Dianthus
18. Centaurea cyanus (B.B's)


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Thanks guys! I knew what some of them were before the puppies made off with the stakes. I just can't remember what's what. Guess this year I need to make a map of the garden. I guess we'll just have to wait and see what blooms. Maybe I'll have a prize for the one with the most correct IDs!


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No.1 looks like Knautia macedonia to me.
moonphase


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proud, I find it really helpful to take pics of my garden beds at different times of the year. That way I can figure out what was in each spot and when it bloomed. There is no way I'd remember otherwise.
I also take pics of the returning perennials coming up so I can recognize the leaves in the future.


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15 Platycodon - Balloon Flower


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