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mingsmimi
Sharpsville, PA
(Zone 5a)

May 6, 2002
1:02 AM

Post #28642

Well, it keeps growing. I got a plant called a Cherry bell the other day . and it looks alot like it. I hope its something pretty and not a weed

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Wingnut
Spicewood, TX
(Zone 8b)

May 6, 2002
1:42 AM

Post #256068

Some sort of mint or salvia?
mingsmimi
Sharpsville, PA
(Zone 5a)

May 6, 2002
1:52 AM

Post #256071

last time I posted a phots. like 2 weeks or so ago. they thought it was campanula. Or a weed. I don;t think its mint. there was jsut a little of it laast year. Never bloomed that I remember. Its driving me nuts !
Aimee
Georgetown, TX
(Zone 8a)

May 7, 2002
11:35 AM

Post #256932

Think hard, Mings, could it have had a little yellow flower, about a half inch across? Is the stem wiry? If so, you might have straggler daisy, and you will never get rid of it, but you must still battle it daily. It will take over! I put roundup on some, and it didn't even blink, just took over the spot where the crab grass died.
mingsmimi
Sharpsville, PA
(Zone 5a)

May 7, 2002
10:34 PM

Post #257275

far as I can remember. it hasn;t bloomed yet. It was there last year. but no bloom.
motts1
south central, WI
(Zone 5a)

May 8, 2002
12:50 AM

Post #257351

Hi, It looks like my ladybells-Adenaphora confusa--tall spikes with medium purple bells--get about 24" high here in WI-grows in sun/pt shade; I have never had problem with disease or insects, give it no care at all-it does tend to spread a bit. I like it for the ease of care,as a cut flower and that, when the spikes are done blooming, I just pull them off and get a shorter second bloom.
mingsmimi
Sharpsville, PA
(Zone 5a)

May 8, 2002
12:56 AM

Post #257356

oh!!!! WOW! Time will tell I guess!

Larkie

Larkie
Camilla, GA
(Zone 8a)

May 8, 2002
7:38 PM

Post #257748

I vote for "Ladybells", looks just like mine
Larkie
mingsmimi
Sharpsville, PA
(Zone 5a)

May 8, 2002
7:49 PM

Post #257758

okay! that 's2 now.

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