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#86101 October 29th, 2006 at 10:16 PM
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this one wouldn't be a mystery except the flash made the sign unreadable, and it will be a while before i get back down there!

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could it be a moss rose or portulaca?

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Definately not those two...

but mayyyyyyyybe some kind of Hibiscus...or some
sort??? Not sure?

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Originally posted by weezie13:
Definately not those two...

but mayyyyyyyybe some kind of Hibiscus...or some
sort??? Not sure?
I have the same feeling, Weezie, I don't know for sure Duh
but based on the flower structure, I'd say it's in the Mallow/Hibiscus family.

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i bet it is a mallow rather than a "hibiscus". just because the structure wasn't right for hibiscus.

i will probably get to stop by there tomorrow, crossing my fingers. thanks for the help!

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Are those thorns on the branches?

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JiffyMouse.

Did you go to Armstrong and not know what you was seeing? ha ha

You have to take off the blindfolders when you look at flowers......
ha ha

Just kidding.. We love your photos.

dodge flw

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thanks barb, glad you like the pics... i didn't get back where this one was, so i still don't know. maybe soon...

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[url=http://www.british-wild-flowers.co.uk/[/url]

[img] ]www.british-wild-flowers.co.uk/[/IMG]

eek i cant get this site linked, for some reason the last [URLand [IMG] are mixin in with it.
any how your flower looks like a white rock rose, but so far ive only seen em with yellow centers,

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I have seen the ones with yellow centers
Anagallis linifolia 'Grandiflora'

this is in different colours as well, blue orange,purple. Duh

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http://british-wild-flowers.co.uk/index.htm#top

there i think i got it!
ive seen em in coral colors, yellow,red,

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It looks like the sign says "spearleaf" in the lower left corner. BUT when I put it into a search engine, nothing came up.

There IS a spearleaf swamp mallow that is invasive down south, but all I found was a map with no plant pics

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also looks like a venice mallow flower
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It looks like the sign says "spearleaf" in the lower left corner. BUT when I put it into a search engine, nothing came up.

There IS a spearleaf swamp mallow that is invasive down south, but all I found was a map with no plant pics
WOW!! Well done, Myndful!! Duh

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i finally went back, and myndful got it, it is spearleaf swamp mallow thumbup


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