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Choopy Partridge Berry
Partridge Berry commented on by Choopy North Carolina, USA4 years ago

Yeah that's it... I just wanted a second opinion. Thank you!

Choopy False Dragonhead
False Dragonhead commented on by Choopy North Carolina, USA4 years ago

I'm stumped with this one... P. virginiana is the only one the grows to this size is in NC and it's not costal... but it does not look like it at all!! (I guess it can't be anything else, the flower matches, but not the inflorescence)

Choopy False Dragonhead
False Dragonhead commented on by Choopy North Carolina, USA4 years ago

I usually identify them, but I put them up for identification until I can get on my PC and sort it out...

This seems a hard one... but it's clearly in the Physostegia genus

Choopy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Choopy New York, USA5 years ago

it might be this... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ficaria_ve...

Choopy Thymeleaf Speedwell
Thymeleaf Speedwell commented on by Choopy North Carolina, USA5 years ago

I just found it... I knew it was a Veronica but not which... I think I got it.. what do you think?

Choopy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Choopy Romania5 years ago

thx

Choopy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Choopy City of Verona, Wisconsin, USA5 years ago

It's not Lobularia maritima, the leaves are completely diffrent

Choopy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Choopy City of Verona, Wisconsin, USA5 years ago

I suggested an identification... Arabis glabra is a synonym to Turritis glabra, from the pictures you've put up (the fist one is not that clear) and localization that seems to be it!

Choopy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Choopy City of Verona, Wisconsin, USA5 years ago

I'm almost 100% sure it's from Brassicaceae family... can't do more than that

Choopy Roundleaf Yellow Violet
Roundleaf Yellow Violet commented on by Choopy North Carolina, USA5 years ago

No, but the genus was right and I was able to identify the species. Thank you!!

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