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LOL That is because we are best of friends and if she has 2 she gives me 1 of them! and the same with me, if I have it in my yard you can bet she has it in her yard. She just brought me some of it yesterday and I haven't got around to planting it just yet, so I told her I would run out and get the bucket and bring it in so I could get a pic of it with my eye cam. Good thing I hadn't planted it yet hee hee or we would still be guessing what it was.
HI!mollybee, it is also called "widows tears" in some locations.I think it is a very pretty plant. i grow it in with my "Pink" oxaliis. Also in a planter bed that won''t grow much else. It is heat tolerant and comes back every year, fairly easy to pull out the runners.