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Mystery Plant

Posted by dave_olympia z8 Wa (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 3, 09 at 16:00

Scads of these come up in one place in my garden every year. I pulled them until this year, assuming they were weeds. I left a couple of them alone this year and the "harebellish" purple flowers are pretty nice. I don't recall planting this. The plant is about 18" and the small light green leaves (color of granny smith apple) are slightly serrated and a little bit fuzzy. Does anyone know this one? Thanks in advance:


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RE: Mystery Plant

campanula takesimana

spreads by roots and pieces of root


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RE: Mystery Plant

Hey, thanks plantknitter! Guess that means I did plant it. I've got to start keeping better records.


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RE: Mystery Plant

  • Posted by jean001 z8aPortland, OR (My Page) on
    Sat, Jul 4, 09 at 14:53

But you might want to keep a wary eye on it. It's a rapid spreader!


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