New from Manchester, UK, and can you Identify these Flowers?

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  1. SmallYellowPrimrose

    SmallYellowPrimrose New Seed

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    Yes! It's very hard and down-right frustrating. Thanks for your attempt though. :3
     
  2. Cayuga Morning

    Cayuga Morning Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    Hi SYP--Have you figured out which leaves go with the blue flower? (The leaves to the left look like dandelion.)
     
  3. mart

    mart Strong Ash

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    Those flowers look like the same flowers that grow here in my part of Texas. I just call them wild violets. They start blooming here right after the daffodils and last a couple of months. I have been meaning to dig some for my flower beds. They are well worth keeping. Oh Sorry,, forgot to say Hello and Welcome to the group.
     
  4. Palustris

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    This is a wild violet as found in Britain. Does it match your flower?


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  5. carolyn

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    Good thinking, Palustris.
     
  6. Cayuga Morning

    Cayuga Morning Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    Palustris-- Your photo brought a smile to my face. Talk about knowing how to bring clarity to a situation!
     
  7. Palustris

    Palustris Young Pine

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    I had to search hard in the rain for that flower. We spent a large number of hours last week removing as many of these pesky weeds as we could find.
     
  8. Theodoros

    Theodoros In Flower

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    Welcome Palustris :-D
     
  9. Cayuga Morning

    Cayuga Morning Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    BTW Palustris, I have been wanting to ask you, are you doing a chicken dance there?
     
  10. Palustris

    Palustris Young Pine

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    Sure am, Cayuga. But these days in very slow motion!
     
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