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I was checking my popcorn. I wanted to see how well the ears were filling out. I looked to the ground and saw this flower. It's very nice. If I could find more, I would like to cultivate them. Does anyone know its name?
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July 12, 20170 found this helpful

You know what's super silly? I was going to comment for the question poser to get ahold of "likekinds" Doug on here, or that I'd find him for them. OOPS! I'll ask my mum tonight, she might know.

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July 12, 20170 found this helpful

Very pretty but I do not know the name. I have seen very similar in a near by ravine but they are single blooms and not like this.

Perhaps it is native to your area? Or - your well fed birds are bringing you presents from afar. Maybe someone will have a name.

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July 12, 20170 found this helpful

Mum thinks its a bellflower. Spanish bellflower maybe? Stumped.

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July 13, 20170 found this helpful

I thought it was maybe a bellflower, too. I sent a picture to my ag agent. He thinks it's a bellflower, too. But, there are so many kinds of bellflowers. I really need to know which one to care for it properly.I never heard of Spanish bellflower. I'll check it out.

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July 13, 20170 found this helpful

I checked the Spanish bellflower. If this is not it, it sure comes very close.

Tell Eiko I said 'thanks'.

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July 13, 20170 found this helpful

I had something like this last year. It was called loosestrife, and it was very invasive. I still have to pick out some of them.

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July 13, 20170 found this helpful

Here's what I wish would invade my property, blue Larkspur. Beautiful. I just learned that it is the very young plants that are so deadly poisonous. I also learned it is in the Delphinium family.

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When I was a child, I heard older folks talk about Larkspur lotion. I can't imagine what it was used for.

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July 14, 20170 found this helpful

Okay - you got my curiosity going and I checked for Larkspur Lotion and found that it was used for lice (of all things). Must be powerful poison.

http://american … ject/nmah_715792

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July 17, 20170 found this helpful

I think it is a Campanula pyramidalis.

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July 18, 20170 found this helpful

You might be right, Catherine. I think we all agree it is Campanula, but which one. The Spanish Bellflower and Campanula pyramidalis look almost identical. The plant I have has a broad leaf and so does Campanula pyramidalis. So, that's in your favor, too. I haven't seen a leaf for Spanish Bellflower, yet.

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