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#92650 November 10th, 2006 at 03:12 AM
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I was looking over some old home movies of Easter several years back and found some footage of some "mystery" bulbs that I found back in September. The movie doesn't have tulips there, instead there is something that has a very tall (as tall as iris/tulip leaves), green, spear-shaped leaf. It does not come to a point but is rounded, and the leaves are only about an inch or so wide. Does this sound familiar to anyone? I just know that I should know what this plant is... sorry about no pic!

Sarah

#92651 November 10th, 2006 at 05:43 AM
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I kno there are many perennial with leaves like hat...I found this patch filled with seed pods, but have no clue what flower it is. Maybe you could wait until spring? Maybe Hyacinth? But those leaves are kinda short or daffodil?

#92652 November 10th, 2006 at 09:25 AM
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See, I told you I should know what it was! I looked it up, and sure enough, those are daffodil leaves! Woohoo! I love daffodils, I could always enjoy more. Thanks so much Kenny, I really, really appreciate it! kissies grinnnn


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