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Soilsniffer January 26, 2018 04:38 AM

Please identify this flower
 
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Grows wild on one small, well-defined area of my farm. Extreme fern-like leaves, small flowers resemble morning glories.

Though it currently grows as a weed, I think the leaves are attractive, maybe I can use them as ground cover or let it climb a fence.

Thanks for any assistance,
Jay

nancyruhl January 26, 2018 06:05 AM

Red cypress vine.[url]https://parkseed.com/images/xxl/03307-pk-p1.jpg[/url]

Soilsniffer January 26, 2018 07:00 AM

Thank you. My daughter found (in ten seconds) this:


[URL="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ipomoea_quamoclit"]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ipomoea_quamoclit[/URL]

Labradors2 January 26, 2018 08:21 AM

I recently attended a symposium for Master Gardeners where I learned that this ANNUAL vine can become extremely invasive in the south eastern states! Who knew?

Linda

Soilsniffer January 26, 2018 10:28 AM

Doesn't tolerate cold, dies easily with a proper winter. For places warm enough for this to be perennial, yep, invasive. My patch apparently just dies and re-seeds every year.

Soilsniffer March 30, 2019 08:28 AM

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Hello again. Here are three more that I cannot identify. Lots of color for mid-March. Can anyone tell me the names of these plants?

Labradors2 March 30, 2019 08:34 AM

Tulip, Camelia, Nandina.

Linda

Soilsniffer March 30, 2019 08:47 AM

Wow! That was quick! Thank you Linda.

SpookyShoe March 30, 2019 06:21 PM

Would you call that tulip a species tulip?

Labradors2 March 30, 2019 06:35 PM

Yes I would :).

GoDawgs March 30, 2019 09:40 PM

This unknown bloomer is growing on the inside edge of one of my veggie beds. I never planted it. It just showed up a few years ago so I just cultivate around it. It kind of reminds me of a scraggly hyacinth. No fragrance on its bell-shaped flowers. And a new little piece of it has showed up farther down the bed edge this spring! Anyone know what it is?

[IMG]https://i.imgur.com/gdIiwpL.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]https://i.imgur.com/0XjkLSZ.jpg[/IMG]

seasyde March 30, 2019 09:48 PM

Looks like Wood Hyacinth. We have them and they spread like crazy. I battle them every year and they keep coming back.

GrowingCoastal March 30, 2019 11:05 PM

There is more than one woods where the bluebells have run wild. Not that bad in my garden.
Quite beautiful.
[url]https://www.boredpanda.com/hallerbos-bluebell-forest-nature-photography/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=organic[/url]

Labradors2 March 31, 2019 07:37 AM

Bluebells are bulbs. You could wait until they completely die down, then dig them up and plant them somewhere else. I think they are lovely :).

Linda

GoDawgs March 31, 2019 08:35 AM

[QUOTE=seasyde;730987]Looks like Wood Hyacinth. We have them and they spread like crazy. I battle them every year and they keep coming back.[/QUOTE]

Thanks for the tip. I've looked it up and what I've found pretty much looks like it. I've never planted any and there aren't any more anywhere else on the property that I've found so how ti got there is still a mystery that will remain so. :cute:


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