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Can any1 identify this wildflower?

Posted by Vertigo6911 Holland USDA 8a (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 27, 05 at 8:22

these are growing heavily shaded by trees here in holland (USDA: 8a) and are flowering right now.
the pods burst when agitated, spreading the seeds over a few yards in all directions, the pod itself also come off cleanly.





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RE: Can any1 identify this wildflower?

Vertigo,

Could it be one of the "Touch Me Nots"...

Mike

Here is a link that might be useful: Imageofholland


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RE: Can any1 identify this wildflower?

one of the balsams, in the inmpatiens family. It will seed A LOT so keep an eye on it!


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RE: Can any1 identify this wildflower?

yeah, i also posted in another forum, and they also said it was impatiens...
there very close to my house so im gonna see if i can harvest some seeds every few days or so...


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You can just throw them Trust me, they'll be fine!


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lol im sure they will, but i thought id trade for some other colors or something...


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RE: Can any1 identify this wildflower?

That looks like impatiens balfourii, it just showed up in my garden this summer. It's kind of pretty and I've let it go to seed. Something tells me I'm going to regret this one, it looks very invasive. It is from asia.


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RE: Can any1 identify this wildflower?

well i found their easy to weed out if u need to.
i accidentaly pulled an entire plant out of the ground wilst trying to see if the pod would burst :S

the root system is very small compared to the plant itself...


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