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Lobelia, I think...

Posted by ctnchpr (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 18, 08 at 11:56

...but which one?

I was going to ask if it's a hummer plant, but while I was getting ready to take the pic, a little female answered that question.

TIA

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RE: Lobelia, I think...

I would've though Lobelia siphilitica - mine is blooming now.

Nice picture.


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RE: Lobelia, I think...

It's certainly a beautiful form with the dark stems! Worth saving seed, too.
I haven't seen as handsome a Lobelia as that one.


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RE: Lobelia, I think...

This is a great photo. I just had to come back and look at it again. You should submit it to Botany Photo of the Day, a website hosted by the University of British Columbia Botanical Garden.

Here is a link that might be useful: Botany Photo of the Day for Sept. 22.


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RE: Lobelia, I think...

I asked an expert at the University of Tennessee ( they have a fantastic herbarium for searching species)
It's Lobelia puberula.

I was drooling over your photo.... ctnchpr !

Here is a link that might be useful: Lobelia puberula


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RE: Lobelia, I think...

Thanks, for your responses and kind words!!


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