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#51578 May 25th, 2007 at 12:20 PM
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#1. This gets flat purple flowers, and grows bush style about 2' tall:
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#2, grows low to the ground, almost vine-like:
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#3, this shows the flower and the foliage. The flowers open up from these tiny things that hang down and look like pea pods!
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#1 looks like a Campanula
#2 looks like Candytuft (Iberis)
#3 is Evening Primrose


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Would number 2 be Candytuft?
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#3 doesnt look or sound anything like my evening primrose. Mine are yellow and the buds dont hang down.

oops
I googles EP and there are pink ones with buds that hang down. I want some!!! boohoo


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Hi,
I can't place #1, but I think #2 does look like Candytuft and #3 looks like a plant I got a few years ago called Mexican Evening Primrose, the flowers have a pretty citrus fragrance?


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Well I tried.

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dodge #51982 May 26th, 2007 at 10:12 AM
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you are both correct about the Primrose.

they are cousins... Oenothera


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Then they arent allowed to marry.

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#1 may also be Money Plant. It would help to see a photo of the blooms if possible. It looks very familiar but I just can't think of it....


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