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awl4hymn Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by awl4hymn Kingston, Ontario, Canada7 years ago

Looks like Bull Thistle.

awl4hymn Dwarf Sundew
Dwarf Sundew commented on by awl4hymn Kentucky, USA7 years ago

Nice spot!!!

awl4hymn Siberian Squill
Siberian Squill commented on by awl4hymn USA7 years ago

Thanks!

awl4hymn Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by awl4hymn Rockville, Maryland, USA7 years ago

Your photos are always focusing on the background rather than on the plant you are interested in!

awl4hymn Cinnamon fern
Cinnamon fern commented on by awl4hymn Virginia, USA8 years ago

Thanks! I guess in the meantime, we'll stick with what's safe for now.

awl4hymn Tall Morning Glory
Tall Morning Glory commented on by awl4hymn Dunkirk, Maryland, USA8 years ago

Aww, thanks!

awl4hymn Wool Sower
Wool Sower commented on by awl4hymn USA8 years ago

Good ID! There were a couple of them in one small area. Definitely stood out. Made me gasp.

awl4hymn Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by awl4hymn Arlington, Virginia, USA8 years ago

Dude...definitely close...

awl4hymn Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by awl4hymn Arlington, Virginia, USA8 years ago

Growing under standard mid-atlantic tree cover. I took it too long ago to know for sure!

awl4hymn "Purple" Deadnettle
"Purple" Deadnettle commented on by awl4hymn Virginia, USA8 years ago

Dude, I came across Lamium album, and was shocked! I'd never heard of it before, but I hesitate to call this Lamium album. It was growing right in the midst of a solid acre of Lamium purpureum, and was completely identical to the purpureum around it in ever feature except for the flower color. I don't know how much variation this genus gets, but I might have to stick with purpureum for now because of how similar it was to the surrounding deadnettle with flower color being the only exception. But white flower sure are odd for purpureum...

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