Discussion in 'Plant ID' started by Jewell, May 27, 2023.
To pull or not to pull? The one next to the post.
If in doubt - DON'T!
My vote is to not pull it now. After it has bloomed, you can always deadhead so that it doesn’t spread. I am curious to see the blooms.
Little yellow small sunflowers .they pop up here too and can seem to find the name.. could be mullein weed.
Looks like a weed, but maybe not.
I also think it is a weed, but still the flowers could be nice. We have a weed here that looks very similar. They blow in on little structures that somewhat resemble dandelion parachute seeds.
I'd leave it and see what it is, can always deadhead it.
The flowers are here, verdict
says: Campanula. Nice big flowers and should have lots. A keeper and great for my street garden of natives to wild domestics (California poppy, foxgloves, native lupine and two varieties now of campanula)
Brilliant looking bells there.
I like Campanulas. Yours turned out to be a beauty.
I was surprised, I do not know this one.
Lovely Jewell, i wonder if it's a biennial.
Will be happy to scatter the seeds from this lucky surprise. Have several places I’d like to see this beauty.
Surprises like that beauty is good one. Usually most of my surprises are some type of noxious weed or banned plant.
I hear that, Pac.
The one bell flower has self seeded in the yard and will make a great companion plant to this new and larger variety.
Looking forward to seed scattering. Creating beds now along the front fence.
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