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Pretty peach colored flower a wildflower? Help I.D.

Posted by greenpointmary 7 (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 3, 07 at 22:05

It's about the size of my fingernail, viney, and very cute. Lovely foliage, too.

here's the flower

and here's the leaf

Any ideas? It is in an area that gets morning sun.

I don't think this came from the flower mixes I sprinkled, since I can't find a flower that looks like this on my packets.

Thanks for any help!


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RE: Pretty peach colored flower a wildflower? Help I.D.

Could it be Carolina Mallow --- Modiola caroliniana?


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RE: Pretty peach colored flower a wildflower? Help I.D.

Dang Lucas, you're good. You should get a job as an Extension Service Agent or something. (-;


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RE: Pretty peach colored flower a wildflower? Help I.D.

I'm not gonna lie!....I had a wildflower book and I just thumbed through it until I found it!...haha


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RE: Pretty peach colored flower a wildflower? Help I.D.

Knowing where to get the info is important. I'm still gonna give you an "A". LOL


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