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Re: mystery plant??

Thanks Chris-  I'll send these on to my sister and she can look them up 
and compare to the real plant.  Unfortunately I don't have larger 
images- the slideshow feature is the largest one available.  Re: 1946-  
yes that yellow flower is part of it.  I told her to take more pictures 
close up and send them on.  So, I'll repost the link once I know better 
pics are available.


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>Any body have an idea what un-named plants are?  Especially #1943?  (Or 
>>if you see any that are misidentified).  These are plants at my sister's 
>>new house outside Boston.
>Hi Theresa,
>   Are there larger copies of the images anywhere that I could look at?
>   Some of them are just too hard to tell without being able to zoom in.
>   Still, here's some comments:
>     #16, variegated dogwood
>        Actually Aegopodium podograraria 'Variegatum'
>     #6, great blue lobelia
>        It looks like some sort of Nepeta or Calamintha to me
>     #15, DSCN1946
>        Hard to tell; is that flower part of it?  I was thinking maybe
>        Chrysanthemum parthenium or a Pyrenthrum of some sort
>     #17 Chamomile/tansy
>        I'm pretty sure this one is Chrysanthemum parthenium
>   Those are the only ones I can tell without larger pictures.  I hope it
>   helps!
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