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Identify Wildflower

Posted by TomBgarden MA (My Page) on
Wed, May 1, 13 at 17:19

Could you help me identify this flower. It bloomed in late April in W Mass. Three leaves come from the single node and the flower rises from the center of the three. The best leaf form is at about thirty five past the hour or int he bottom RH corner of the picture.

Thanks .

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RE: Identify Wildflower

It's called Grecian Windflower, or just Windflower. Were there any other colors besides the blue ones? I've seen them bloom in pink, white, yellow and lavender too. They grow from a small bulb, similar in size to grape hyacinth.

RE: Identify Wildflower

Thank you - I looked up images and you were right on the button - I appreciate your help

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