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Can anyone tell me the name of these plants?

Posted by missy21911 Maryland (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 29, 09 at 10:54

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Can anyone tell me what the name of these flowers are?


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RE: Can anyone tell me the name of these plants?

The first one is Cardinal flower, Lobelia cardinalis. Second looks like Dayflower, Commelina is the genus, there is a native one and a non-native one.


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RE: Can anyone tell me the name of these plants?

#3 appears to be Sundrops, Oenothera fruticosa, a member of the Evening Primrose Family.
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Here is a link that might be useful: Oenothera fruticosa


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RE: Can anyone tell me the name of these plants?

#1 is cardinal flower for sure I have been looking for a plant to get seeds from. I have a few things I would be willing to trade if your intrested. It is a shade woodland plant that likes its water.


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