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08-23-2016, 05:22 PM   #871
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From our evening walk a few days ago. Not sure what it is.



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QuoteOriginally posted by KC0PET Quote
From our evening walk a few days ago. Not sure what it is.
Yellow Jewelweed (Impatiens pallida). Come back in a month or so and give the seed pods a little squeeze, to learn the reason this plant is also known as touch-me-not.
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Yellow Jewelweed (Impatiens pallida). Come back in a month or so and give the seed pods a little squeeze, to learn the reason this plant is also known as touch-me-not.
Thanks for the info. I maybe I won't try that
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No, it's harmless and good fun -- the seed pods "explode" to scatter the seeds. The plant is also known as a poison ivy remedy, but that's questionable.

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flower in the wild do not no the name
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flower in the wild do not no the name
An Echium, looks just like Echium vulgare (Viper's Bugloss or Blue Weed), which we have in the US (it's not native here, but was introduced from Europe centuries ago and is now a widespread naturalized plant here).

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An Echium, looks just like Echium vulgare (Viper's Bugloss or Blue Weed), which we have in the US (it's not native here, but was introduced from Europe centuries ago and is now a widespread naturalized plant here).
thank you baro-nite
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Tiny star
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Garlic Chive Flowers.

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Need ID on this one. It's leaves are not like the Spiderwort, so I know it's not a "white spiderwort" and it's smaller than a dime. It grows on the tip of the plant which leaves are not lily like. It's sort of bush but more vine like. Hard to explain but I'll try to get a photo of the whole plant this afternoon.
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do these qualify as "little flowers"??

I'm not sure if these fit in this category, the individual "flowers" are small but they are clustered.

sorry if it isn't correct, please let me know

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Flower meadow
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