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What are these yellow plants

Posted by lildebb 6a--england now%21 (My Page) on
Tue, May 31, 11 at 2:22

Hello,

I am trying to identify these plants...I bought a house last year and these came with it :). They are a bit weedy...but the bushy one fills early spring when the bluebells and hyacynths are out...and the little yellow peeks around near the herb garden...almost removed it!

Thanks for your help!

/Debbie

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RE: What are these yellow plants

The little one is a weed! Creeping buttercup or Ranunuculus repens. It spreads by stolons or long horizontal stems and can colonize large areas, usually those with heavy, waterlogged soils.

Not sure of the larger.....could be a member of the poppy family, greater celandine. Need a close up of flowers and foliage to confirm.


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