Panama, NY(Zone 5a)

That's what the lady who lived here before us called. I'd like to know what it really is. the stems and leaves are quite sticky and look like a succulent. It seeds like crazy, and has these clusters of five petalled almost magenta flowers.

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Grove City, OH(Zone 6a)

Kathleen, hard to be sure, I can't see the foliage well, but it looks like Silene "catchfly". I agree with you: very pretty!

I beat Baa! But maybe I beat her with the wrong answer LOL

I agree with Lupine, it's a Silene. Possibly Silene armeria if it's an annual/biennial.

http://images.google.com/images?q=silene+armeria&hl=en&lr=lang_en&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi

Panama, NY(Zone 5a)

Thank you, ladies. I thought perhaps that's what it was. I am very happy to let it stray around the garden to it's heart's content, and if it gets in the way, it's easy enough to move. perhaps I should save some seeds. . .

Toadsuck, TX(Zone 7a)

Now that's a weed I don't have to "grow" to love!!!

"eyes"

Noblesville, IN(Zone 5a)

That is one pretty weed.

Kentwood, LA(Zone 8b)

It sure is a pretty weed and I would like to have it in my yard too.

Georgetown, TX(Zone 8a)

By all means, save me some seeds, pretty please with sugar on it? I think it belongs in every wildflower garden, especially mine. I will find something you will want in trade.

Panama, NY(Zone 5a)

Aimee, I started a list and you're at the top!

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