Northern Piedmont, NC(Zone 7b)

It appeared out of no where in the spring next to my coral honeysuckle vine and has sent up a small bloom. I'll let it grow, but do not want anything invasive in that area. Any ideas? Thanks!

Jean

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Newberry, FL(Zone 8B)

Jean, it looks like what poppysue id-ed for me as cutleaf coneflower, but mine hasn't bloomed yet. arlene

Northern Piedmont, NC(Zone 7b)

Thanks Arlene for the tip. Did a search, the leaves look much like this plant, but the blooms of the cutleaf coneflower are yellow. Pretty plant, you have a treat to look forward to!

http://www.nmhu.edu/Departments/english/flowers/cut.htm

Jean

Newnan, GA(Zone 8a)

arlene, my cutleaf hasn't bloomed in five years. deer used to prune it for me, but not anymore. Still nothing.

I have this plant too its an Anemone virginiana - Thimbleweed. Its a wildflower which can become weedy

Northern Piedmont, NC(Zone 7b)

Thanks Baa!! That is it! If it stays in a nice neat clump, I'll let it stay..must remember to remove the seed pods tho.

Jean

http://plants.usda.gov/

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