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Plant Identification: SOLVED: What are these beautiful yellow flowers?

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Sami
Corapeake, NC
(Zone 6b)

November 5, 2001
11:49 PM

Post #17449

My neighbor had this one stalk of yellow flowers. They were so vibrant. The stalk was about two feet tall and had four yellow flowers about four inches across. She couldnt remember where she got them or the name. Can you ID them?

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SoCal
Huntington Beach, CA
(Zone 10a)

November 6, 2001
3:45 AM

Post #158474

Sami,

I'm not really sure, but it looks like a flower that I had ID last month. Could it be a Heliopsis?

Donna
Sami
Corapeake, NC
(Zone 6b)

November 6, 2001
4:40 AM

Post #158497

Donna I looked up Heliopsis and it has white leaves with green veins. This one doesnt. The bloom looks like it. The leaves are really narrow. Are there different kinds of Heliopsis? SAmi
SoCal
Huntington Beach, CA
(Zone 10a)

November 6, 2001
6:22 AM

Post #158511

I'm not sure if their are different types Sami, hopefully someone else will help us here. I'd be interested in knowing also.
Donna
Sis

November 6, 2001
7:47 AM

Post #158524

Yes there are many heliopsis' Might check our famous plant database'
poppysue
Westbrook, ME
(Zone 5a)


November 6, 2001
11:38 AM

Post #158543

Maybe swamp sunflower (Helianthus angustifolius)???
NOWeedSZ
Success, MO

November 6, 2001
2:19 PM

Post #158637

Sami,

Are the leaves sticky feeling ? I have a flower , looks JUST like yours.leaves are sticky ... I know it as 'Gum Flower'

NOWeedSZ
Sami
Corapeake, NC
(Zone 6b)

November 7, 2001
2:19 AM

Post #158963

NOWeedSZ the leaves are sticky feeling. Will have to look it up . I noticed youare from Success, Mo. I have family in the bootheel area of Mo. Was raised there. Not sure where Success is. Sami
roadrunner
Hereford, AZ
(Zone 8a)

November 8, 2001
3:39 AM

Post #159628

Sami, how long has it been since you moved onto that empty lot in Fla? less than four years? And to see the amount of plants that you have managed to amass floors me! How's our Bleeding Heart vines doing? Jo
Sami
Corapeake, NC
(Zone 6b)

November 8, 2001
4:36 AM

Post #159649

Roadrunner the bleeding heart has climb up in the tree about 10 feet and are just loaded with flowers. Will scan and send a pic to you Sami

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