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crestedchik West Monroe, NY (Zone 5a) this grows in the woods here,makes a pretty good ground cover and the bees love it.Anyone know what it is?
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Terry Murfreesboro, TN (Zone 7a) Possibly Podophyllum hexandrum, aka Himalayan Mayapple? How tall is it, and does it form red fruit after it flowers?
crestedchik West Monroe, NY (Zone 5a) havn't seen any fruit on it,that doesent mean its not there,I just havn't noticed it.The tallest it gets is about 1 1/2 foot.In the sun the flowers are white.It dies back to the ground after flowering.
Terry Murfreesboro, TN (Zone 7a) Can you get a good head-on shot of the flower and/or the top of the leaves? Most of the sites I came across didn't have a profile shot of the flower, so mine is definitely a wild guess, LOL.
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