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Second try Hope pic is there.

Posted by nance 6 KY (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 24, 12 at 15:33

I have had this plant for 3 years and would really like to know what I have ..Planted in semi shade.

Here is a link that might be useful:


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RE: Second try Hope pic is there.

No photo or link came through


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RE: Second try Hope pic is there.

Went to the source code and found this:

< a href="http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y176/Nance35/bW1jMS9EQ0lNLzEwMExHRENGL0ltYWdlMDYxMTIwMTIxMjEwMDMuanBn-2.jpg" >< a href= < /a >

Spaces added to "deactivate it."

Your pic:


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RE: Second try Hope pic is there.

Sure looks like Rudbeckia triloba. Are the flowers 'black eyed susans' in the fall months?


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RE: Second try Hope pic is there.

I think you are right. Thank you so much for helping me. Now I know where to pull some of this up. It is every where. lol
Nancy from ky


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RE: Second try Hope pic is there.

Ok but make sure you leave a few plants scattered around. They are spectacular in fall but are best displayed in sun and alone.


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