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Brendan Danley
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New batch! #1
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Brendan Danley
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#2. not the best foliage photo, I know!
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Jessica Padgham
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That first one looks like common, annual larkspur. They self-seeds pretty well and the bees and butterflies seem to love them.
 
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Jessica Padgham wrote:That first one looks like common, annual larkspur. They self-seeds pretty well and the bees and butterflies seem to love them.


Thanks Jessica!
 
mitch brant
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#2 looks like either Fireweed or Willowherb.
 
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mitch brant wrote:#2 looks like either Fireweed or Willowherb.


Hey Mitch. The flowers do look similar to both of those, but the flower spikes seem longer on them then they are on this plant. The round cluster, in the photo, was at the top of the plant and no flowers anywhere else. This one was 1-1.5ft tall. I can attempt better photos this Monday. Thanks for your help Mitch! You're the best!
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