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#123133 Sep 3rd, 2007 at 11:30 AM
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Strangely enough I don't remember some of the flowers I sowed. I was keeping track and then forgot which ones they were. Now I mat not have started these myself at all, they may have come from someone elses garden, like the pansy that showed up. That I am most sure I did not start. I will put it here because I am wondering what it's specific name is. So I'll start with that one.

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Then this one little flower bloomed today.

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It is all clumped with this other one, I imagine it's the same plant, right?

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And this one hasn't bloomed yet and I really can't remember what it is.

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The red flower is a Maltese cross (lychnis chalcedonica).

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Oh goody glad that one survived. I thought I had killed them all.


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your first one is a violet hybrid


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The last one looks like Asters.


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Well Asters it could be. I did start some indoors. It is about to open up at least one little bud. We will soon see.


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First one i think is Viola tricolor.


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