Texas native and wild

Magnolia, TX(Zone 9a)

1) Caroliniana anemone, poisonous. 2) Bastard cabbage weed, becoming invasive, 3) False garlic, no smell. 4) Wild blackberry brambles, bee ridden. 5) Lespedeza,

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Cross Timbers, MO(Zone 6a)

Good morning kittriana,

I was just wondering if you had plenty of the Caroliniana anemone and if you wouldn't mind trading some for anything I have in my wants list. I would love to have some.

And about your fifth picture, it looks to me that may be a Lathyrus latifolius, Wild sweet pea. Please note the tendrils and Lespedeza is trifoliate, where as sweet peas are pinnate.

Hope this helps. Anyway, let me know about the trade.

Have a nice day

Magnolia, TX(Zone 9a)

Its lespedeza- but grows wild here- the anemone isnt mine, its in field behind me, so very tiny! I have no way to dig an protect it to send it to you. I would if i could tho, it needs a better place than the blackberry patch

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Magnolia, TX(Zone 9a)

Sorry not lespedeza- vetch. prob crown vetch. Apparently this is the year for the anemone to bloom as several are sighting them here.

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