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First looks like Nemophila maculata, aka Baby Blue Eyes, Five spot.
Second looks a lot like Dames Rocket
 
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I think you are spot on! Thanks Mitch!
 
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wow those are beautiful!
 
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Sharon LaPlante wrote:wow those are beautiful!



Thanks Sharon! You can like us at https://www.facebook.com/DanleyLandFarm?ref=hl for more pretty pictures.
 
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