Can I get an ID please?

Vera_EWASH(z5 EasternWA)July 30, 2005

As far as I can tell I have 3 of these. They started growign last year but stayed on the small side. This year much bigger (taller/wider) but still without bloom. I wondering if its something a Coreopsis sp.? It is un-branching and all stems arise from below the soil.

Thanks as always :)


a top view....

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ahughes798(z5 IL)

I don't think it's a coreopsis....but what it is is still driving me mad, LOL! April

    Bookmark   August 7, 2005 at 11:25PM
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Vera_EWASH(z5 EasternWA)

LOL! Thanks for trying April :)


    Bookmark   August 8, 2005 at 9:11AM
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Looks like Ratibida Pinnata, gray-headed coneflower, to me. It should be blooming by now if its in its second season unless it got a late start last year. I've got several of these in my native plantings that are in their second year. They are on the downhill side of their bloom for me. A nice plant and I had darn near 100% germination for these that I dormant seeded.

    Bookmark   August 8, 2005 at 1:44PM
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Vera_EWASH(z5 EasternWA)

Oh thank you! I forgot about pays to keep record eh? And no I didn't see them showing up until late summer last year.

Thanks again,

    Bookmark   August 8, 2005 at 1:50PM
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