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#94609 Jul 21st, 2007 at 04:15 PM
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Can anyone tell me the name of these little fellows?/ I think that is all the bigger they get????????????

Thanks for peeking.



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Oh, I know these. the name is right there in the tip of my brain.


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They should not get much taller but they do fill out thicker and bloom prolifically. And they will reseed also for more bloom next year.


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Thats good news..
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I'm thinking they are an annual chrysanthemum with gold or golden in the name.


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nooo

keep thinking..
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Hi again, Dodge! Is it Melampodium? I don't know if it has a common name or not. Mine are 18 inches tall and wide, but started out looking like yours. I have them planted with some dark purply blue petunias ands ome of those Bush Morning Glories that are yellow centered with a white ring and purpley blue edges...the variety 'Dwarf Ensign'. The combination is fantastic!

Melampodium has odd seeds -- when you find a dead flower, see if the seeds don't remind you of little Grape Nuts (the cereal) They are really dry and sort of square-ish...well, they have flat sides like Grape Nuts LOL!



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I thin the melanapodium is correct.. callin it butter daisy like and aster.

We have a wild aster that grows here .....Purple.

If that spreads, it is only an annual..

Thanks

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