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Janiejoy
Silver Lake, OH
(Zone 5b)

July 18, 2001
5:15 PM

Post #8719

This bloomed today. The foliage is actually grayish green...what is it, anyone know?

Thanks, and God bless,
Janie

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Tim
Palmyra, VA
(Zone 7a)

July 18, 2001
5:57 PM

Post #96102

California poppy? papaver califonica
Janiejoy
Silver Lake, OH
(Zone 5b)

July 18, 2001
6:09 PM

Post #96111

maybe... I sprinkled a wildflower mix (perennials) and some wild things came up including pigweed... so I don't know what to expect. Hard to really see it backed by that bright lights swiss chard... it's tiny, no more than 2 inches across... and short to the ground, about 8 inches, maybe ten at the most.

Thanks!

God bless...
Janie
Baa

July 18, 2001
6:48 PM

Post #96127

Its a member of the buttercup family, I think it maybe an Adonis if the ferny leaves are part of the same plant but I'm unsure of the species
Janiejoy
Silver Lake, OH
(Zone 5b)

July 18, 2001
7:16 PM

Post #96136

yep the ferny leaves are part of it. :)

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