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Unknown spotting commented on by Elizabeth Goward Eugene, Oregon, USA5 years ago

Very much alive and jumping

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Unknown spotting commented on by Elizabeth Goward Markham, Ontario, Canada5 years ago

It could be an evergreen primrose, such as the Saltillo Primrose, check out that family and see what you can find

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Unknown spotting commented on by Elizabeth Goward Centro, Portugal5 years ago

Certainly a type of Salvia

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Unknown spotting commented on by Elizabeth Goward Cebu, Philippines5 years ago

Could be an orange Cosmo : Cosmos sulphureus?

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Unknown spotting commented on by Elizabeth Goward Orange Beach, Alabama, USA5 years ago

Certainly a moth from the Sphingidae (commonly referred to as sphinx) family- a real beauty!

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Unknown spotting commented on by Elizabeth Goward Oregon, USA5 years ago

Great thoughts! Hemitomes Congestum perhaps?

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Unknown spotting commented on by Elizabeth Goward NYC, New York, USA5 years ago

It's either Mullein or Fox Glove- if it is very very soft then it is Mullein

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