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SOLVED: Help me identify this please!

Nampa, ID(Zone 6a)

Last year when we moved in I planted a flower mixture (or rather several from Martha Stewart) and this came up last year. Well it self seeded and I would like to know what this is. :)

Thumbnail by DoriKay

Lunaria annum 'Alba' White honesty?

Middlesbrough, United Kingdom

No, I don't think it's Honesty, wrong leaf shape.

Princeton, NJ(Zone 6a)

It's hard to tell, there's so much "going on" in the picture. The leaves that are predominate in the pic do not belong to white flower in question so you can't go by the leaves. My first thought was a single flowered white stock. Are the flowers fragrant? It's definately in the crucifer family.

Troy, VA(Zone 7a)

Do you think it could be Lychnis coronaria 'Alba' (Agrostemma)?

Hi Louisa

Lychnis has 5 petals as does Argostemma. This is definitley of the cruciferae family.

I took a look at the hyperlink which has a better picture of the leaves.

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