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Posted by brian_ouimet 5 Ont (brian.ouimet@cogeco.ca) on
Tue, Jun 16, 09 at 11:31

Is this a weed or a good flower. It came on its own.

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  • Posted by gpd79 Home Z 6B, Summer ho (My Page) on
    Wed, Jun 17, 09 at 3:59

A weed is simply a plant growing out of place, where it is not wanted. So, you could have an orchid growing in the middle of a field of wheat, and the orchid would be the weed. I don't know what plant you have, but it looks pretty. If you like it there, then it's not a weed. If you don't want it there, then it is.


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That looks to me like wild geranium - I think it's also called cranesbill, but could be way wrong on that. I love these! I purchased mine to get them started, but there is a lavender version as well that grows wild in the woods everywhere here.


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looks like Anemone canadensis


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It is an Anemone.


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