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Identifying Wild Flowers?


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Identifying Wild Flowers  - closeup of the flowers on clumping plantThese are some of the flowers I see on my social distancing walks in the neighborhood. Some of them I recognize more or less, but am hoping for more specific information. The first two are of one plant with a closeup of the flowers. Identifying Wild Flowers - clumping plant on roadside

 
Identifying Wild Flowers  - closeup of the flowers on clumping plant
 

The third I believe is some sort of phlox? Identifying Wild Flowers - maybe phlox

 

The next is a red clover, more info desired. Identifying Wild Flowers - some type of red clover

 

The fifth is also some type of clover, but I am unfamiliar with this variety, the tiny white flowers are very different from the clover I know. Identifying Wild Flowers  - spreading clover with tiny white flowers

 

And the final one is about the plants in front of the clover. Are they some type of wild primrose? Identifying Wild Flowers - plants that might be wild primrose in front of clover

 

Thanks for your help. Keep safe.

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May 4, 20200 found this helpful

This is called Hairy Bittercress Weed - this weed produces flowers , that releases seeds in the air producing more weeds . It over takes lawns.

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May 5, 20200 found this helpful

Thanks - while pretty probably not one I want to add to my yard.

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May 6, 20200 found this helpful

that white clover is the only one we see along these parts

that red clover is better known as crimson clover; the plain old red clover looks just like the white, but red. The crimson becomes conical like that. The seeds can be edible, and the flowers can be tea.

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that first white one I've seen it a lot - it could actually be catnip
also mroe info here www.growveg.com/.../

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May 8, 20200 found this helpful

Thank you for your help. I love the crimson clover and was thinking of digging up a plant or two for my yard. I am not a fan of the raggedy lawn I have and don't like fertilizers, so I am adding clover and hopefully the small English daisies that come in some grass mixes.

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