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Re: game for the day....

Chris - this is the game of the DAY, not the first half hour of the day! ;+)

I'm going to agree and disagree on some, though much is a guess:

1. Lotus corniculatus, Bird's Fott Trefoil
2. Impatiens walleriana 'Ole Peppermint'
3. Does look like Monarda fistulosa, a prairie flower, American Wild
4. Could be Lavatera thuringiaca, but that's zone 8 - is it a reseedling?
Otherwise, still checking on other mallows.
5.  Centaurea scabiosa
6. Could be Sedum spurium
7. Tatarian Statice, Goniolimon tatarica
8.  Could be a self sowing sweet pea, the vining Lathyrus odoratus (A) or L.
latifolius (P-but usually to Z6).  But I think it is probably another
Legume, will have to work on it.    BTW, Lathyrus vernus, Spring Vetchling
(P) is hardy for you.
9. Definitely a Rudbeckia, a hirta variety, not fulgida.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Christopher P. Lindsey" <lindsey@mallorn.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, July 04, 2004 9:30 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] 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?  ;)
> Chris
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