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Plant Identification: SOLVED: Yet another yellow flower

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lagrange, GA
(Zone 7a)

July 14, 2001
12:18 AM

Post #8434

I purchased this a couple of years ago and I can't remember what it is. It has real tiny yellow flowers on running stalks. Each stalk has many tiny yellow flowers at the top. The stalks with the flowers die back each year but the leaves stay green year round. It stays covered with all different kind of bees when in bloom. Any help. Thanks Jim

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July 14, 2001
2:36 AM

Post #94263

It's hard to see without a good closeup. Could it be yarrow?


July 14, 2001
10:20 AM

Post #94331

Achillea ageratum?
Westbrook, ME
(Zone 5a)

July 14, 2001
11:49 AM

Post #94341

How about patrinia?
lagrange, GA
(Zone 7a)

July 18, 2001
1:10 PM

Post #95963

I believe it is patrinia. I did a web search. I bought at a local grower. I'm hopeful he will remember. Thanks for the help everyoe Jim

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