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#316036 May 2nd, 2010 at 06:20 AM
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Need ID part two

The plant IDs from part 1 are a great help! Thank you! thumbup
(I will get back to them soon)
In the meantime.... I used bigger photos this time cat
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Wild Willy #316038 May 2nd, 2010 at 06:22 AM
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100700 is Centaurea.

71803 is Scabiosa.


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at first I thought 10070 was the purple parasols stokesia But looking at it again it does look like the Mountain Cone flower as I know it,(Centaurea=montana) the Stokesia is bigger and more a purple color I have some about to bloom soon, I really had to look at the leaf (stokesia is more spear shaped).

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zebra is Penta - butterflies love them!

My parents have 63006 and I can't put my finger on it - will get back to you!


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Originally Posted by angelblossom
at first I thought 10070 was the purple parasols stokesia But looking at it again it does look like the Mountain Cone flower as I know it,(Centaurea=montana) the Stokesia is bigger and more a purple color I have some about to bloom soon, I really had to look at the leaf (stokesia is more spear shaped).
It's a Bachelor's Button, Centaurea cyanus... the annual version of Mountain Cornflowers


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