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Bloomingdale, NJ
(Zone 6a)

May 13, 2001
4:54 PM

Post #4813

This is also blooming now in my perennial bed (zone 6a). Any ideas? I'm in the process of trying to categorize and identify all my plants, and unfortunately many of the plants I had bought previously were planted without labels and now I'm trying to sort everything out!

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May 13, 2001
5:24 PM

Post #74363

Helianthemum (rock rose)?
kelso, WA
(Zone 8a)

May 14, 2001
2:01 PM

Post #74508

It looks like a rock rose to me also..I have a pink one...The flower petals look like crepe paper and the leaves are a bit sticky...Hope this helps...meplant :) :0
Petaluma, CA

May 17, 2001
2:49 AM

Post #75113

I agree with Helianthemum. Three votes there!
Bloomingdale, NJ
(Zone 6a)

May 17, 2001
6:44 PM

Post #75226

Thanks everyone-I have to go with the popular vote!

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