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White, Bell-shaped flower. Multiple flowers.

1 Species ID Suggestions

penguindph 10 years ago
bleeding heart?

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Kimberly3 10 years ago

I think it is a yucca bloom. Google yucca or Adam's needle

AshleyAkers 11 years ago

lol I understand what you mean. I looked at my last picture again and thought the leaves would be there but come to find out there wasn't any. Unfortunately I did not pay attention to the leaves, but I'll try and remember to get the leaves in the picture. next time I'm taking pictures of plants I want identified. Sorry

ScottRasmussen 11 years ago

A couple of questions: what kind of leaves does this plant have? how many petals do the flowers have? It looks like they're 6 petaled flowers, which would point to something in the lily family. If it's got a bunch of sword shaped leaves growing from its base it's probably a yucca, but it's hard to tell. It's funny, usually the flowers are the best means of identifying a plant, but sometimes you need the other parts!

SusanEllison 11 years ago

beautifully presented

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West Virginia, USA

Spotted on Jul 10, 2011
Submitted on Jul 13, 2011

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