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Mystery Plants album
first batch ready for inspection
Exhibit G the white powdery stuff is lime which the farmer next door put on his field , my plants , my car, my windows ...
Exhibit i (might be more identifiable tomorrow )
Exhibit M which isnt another L
exhibit n which is an L
exhibit P same as O ?
C is London Pride (don't know the botanical name).
E is some kind of spurge (euphorbia), possibly sun spurge.
G is scarlet pimpernel
H looks like a potato in flower
I looks like a cornflower in bud
I think J is allysum
Have I reached the pass mark?
L are poppies! M looks like a nasturtium.
A, B, C: ?
F: fat hen? (weed)
H: looks very much like a potato
2 Wheel Gardener wrote (see)
H) Looks like could be Cornflower or Bachelor's button (Centaurea cyanus) your probably right as there should be some in the mix thank you 1 point to 2 wheeled gardener
H) Looks like could be Cornflower or Bachelor's button (Centaurea cyanus)
your probably right as there should be some in the mix thank you 1 point to 2 wheeled gardener
Just spotted some more.
K is speedwell
L is a poppy
M is a nasturtium
N looks like another variety of poppy
A. Phacelia tanacetifolia
b Red campion e euphorbia h potato, j Alyssum k Red flax (Linum)
l Papaver rhoeas m Nasturtium
exhibit s which grows like an untidy bush but nice flowers
Exhibit bee i mean T
i've got a feeling that on the left might be nigella
Exhibit U from monday but no one got this one then.
and finally V the purple and white 4 petaled flowers
U is red orach v looks like hesperis matronalis s is fumitory. q lobelia. Delete previous answer red flax. Might be nemophila. O and p look like A Phacelia tanacetifolia.
answers so far
a Phacelia tanacetifolia
b Red campion
c London Pride
e milkweed euphorbia
f spurge (euphorbia), possibly sun spurge fat hen? (weed)
g scarlet pimpernel
j candytuft Alyssum
k Red flax (Linum) speedwell Baby blue eyes - Nemophilia menziesii
l poppy Papaver rhoeas
n another variety of poppy
o Phacelia tanacetifolia.
P Phacelia tanacetifolia.
u red orach
v hesperis matronalis
fidget bones clearly in the lead with arounf 14 identifications unless some are wrong
What a great thread! Way too difficult for the likes of more but love the pics.
I put a few easy ones in as well to give everyone a fighting chance