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Newark, OH
(Zone 5b)

August 19, 2001
5:12 AM

Post #11122

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This plant does not flower; it is just a groundcover. It is the bright variegated chartreuse green color you see here. Also, as you can see, it roots easily at each node that touches the ground. It's going crazy in our bed, which is what I wanted. It's easy to pull out where I don't want it. Any ideas on what it could be?

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August 19, 2001
9:46 AM

Post #112589

The leaves still look like a Ranunculus or relative to me. You say it hasn't flowered yet, it must produce a seed of some sort, maybe that will appear later. Hmmmmmm I'll have to think some more on this one
Newark, OH
(Zone 5b)

August 20, 2001
5:04 AM

Post #112912

I know, this is just driving me crazy! My friend got it from her next door neighbor's yard for me. She says this never blooms, that it's just a groundcover. But it does look like a ranunculus relative, I know! Aaaaaaargh!

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