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Plant Identification: Need one more ID- plant with arrow shaped leaves

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Southborough, MA
(Zone 6a)

March 18, 2010
11:13 AM

Post #7638719

I found this in the fall in my flower bed. It made it through the winter. Any idea what it is?

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United Kingdom

March 18, 2010
12:31 PM

Post #7638843

At firts I thought Alliaria and then I thought Doronicum. Then I thought I don't know but I'll write something anyway
West Pottsgrove, PA
(Zone 6b)

March 18, 2010
3:45 PM

Post #7639244

Looks like Lunaria annua to me.
Southborough, MA
(Zone 6a)

March 18, 2010
3:58 PM

Post #7639288

If that is it, I will be ecstatic. I've been trying to grow that for a while to no avail, and I did put seeds in that spot.
United Kingdom

March 18, 2010
4:21 PM

Post #7639329

Yeah! If it's cabbage family, more likely Lunaria than Alliaria

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