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Need plant ID please?

Posted by ladyrose65 6bNJ (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 14, 12 at 19:44

These are what survived. I don't know what type of perennial they are? They never bloomed.
Need plant ID
Need Plant Id
2nd picture of previous


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RE: Need plant ID please?

Number 2 looks like Dianthus barbatus, Sweet William. It is a biennial, or short-lived perennial, so will flower in its second year from seed.


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RE: Need plant ID please?

The bottom one might be a penstemon, like Husker Red. Those don't bloom the first year, either.


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I soo hope it's a penstomen, you don't have any idea of how many packs with two-years of wintersowing of my belt. I never can get the plant to survive.

Thank you Flora and Ramazz?

Any idea about the 1st one I have at least 5 of these surving?


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RE: Need plant ID please?

The first picture looks like something I've grown, but I'm not sure. Maybe coreopsis lanceolata?


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RE: Need plant ID please?

Thanks You Ramazz, I looked up images of coreopsis, though found one picture just like it. I'm excited, I hope they bloom next summer.


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