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makes me think a few years agoa beautiful plant come up at the edge of my yardi thought it was so pretty i left itlater it had a beautiful dainty yellow flower on it and i was so happy with it until that fall when the seed showed upand it was what we call spanish needleit took about 3 years to get rid of them
You're welcome, Morris. I've always loved a good mystery!!!
Looks like it to me. You are really good,Li! Thanks!!
Could it be "yellow archangel"?
Nice picture, anyway, Morris, even without the name.
Caught like a rat in a trap without your tripod MORRIS. Nice one just the same keep up the good work and they get better every day.
Good name for it, pumpkin!I noticed that rob, almost like a small flytrap!
It's got hairy petals morris!! Great photo - thanks!!!
Droplet flower. You have a steady hand, morris. No pod of tri needed.
I did not, I still do not have one, chickie. Don't tell you know who!!
Wondering if you used the tripod on these morris?
Sounds good to me, Jan. Thanks!I do not remember that one, Patti. But I like it!! Thank you!!Love the name, tex!! Thanks!!You don'y even know, chickie? I thaought for sure ... Thanks!!
Very nice close up of this morris and it is a very unusual flower. I have never seen it.
This really looks pretty, Morris, especially with the droplets on the leaves. I vote desirable, not weed! The name of it is yellowcus floridium noweedum.
You may remember this quote from A.A. Milne: "Weeds are flowers too, once you get to know them."(I love this -- love the raindrops! Thank you Morris!)
I believe the comment goes: a weed is any plant out of place. So this is just a very pretty, delicate and unusual plant! Yes?
It is a fine line between wildflowers and weeds, rr and lovey. It depends on who you ask.Thanks aggie!
Funny riverroad! I wish I knew the name, but I can't help. Is it a wildflower?