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Re: game for the day....

> So, if anyone is bored today or in the next few days, head over to:
> http://simplymyworld.com/namethatplant.htm
> and see if anything looks familiar to you! There are actually three
> pages linked together for those on a dial up...

First one: Lotus corniculata
Monarda: Monarda fistulosa
Mallow: Lavatera (possibly thuringiaca?)
Purplish thing: Centaurea?
Sedum: Sedum spurium?
Whitish spiky thing: Limonium latifolium (Statice)?
Sweet pea: Lathyrus latifolius (perennial sweet pea, maybe 'Red Shades' or 
           'Pink Pearl')
Orange thing: Rudbeckia?  (maybe 'Indian Summer')?

Those are my guesses.  What do I win?  ;)


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