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Plant Identification: SOLVED: And The Mystery Volunteer is.....Ipomopsis Aggregata, or at least a cous

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Newark, OH
(Zone 5b)

April 6, 2001
4:28 AM

Post #3302

This photo looks very much like my mystery volunteer. This was the best picture. Compare it to the post I made earlier of the stem and seedpods. Click on the small image on the following URL and you'll get a nice, big picture:

The seedpods at the base of each flower are identical to those I kept -- This is exciting to me! I believe the mystery may be solved. I don't know what cultivar my ipomopsis is, or even if she's straight species of some type, but I'm sure that's what she must be!

:o) Gardenwife

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