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POTD: Asteraceae

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This could be a Daisy or a Mum. They are in the same family. Mums usually come out in the Autumn so, I’m going with some form of Daisy. ~Vic

Yellow & White Asteraceae Image
06-04-2019

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FFTD: Marsh Tickseed

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It took me a while to find this one. Even Pl@ntNet had trouble. At first, I thought it was a Coreopsis but, the petals didn’t match. Then, I thought it might be a Cosmos but, the petals still didn’t match. This is a Bidens Trichosperma. I think there has been some classification shuffling but, they are all in the Asteraceae family or Sunflower family. ~Vic

March Tickside Image
09-09-2019
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FFTD: Pale Green

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Update:
As it turns out, thanks to Pl@ntNet, this is an Iberis Umbellata or, Globe Candytuft. I think it may have already bloomed and the center colors are all that is left. It appears to be the same thing as my previous post.

This looks like a tiny bird nest with eggs. If anyone knows what this is, let me know. ~Vic

Grean & Lavender Image
07-01-2020

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FFTD: Grape Hyacinth

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I had intended to post my museum pictures but, I’ve been too busy. I thought this might be a Bluebell but, it isn’t. I’m still trying to identify it. ~Vic

Update:
It’s a Grape Hyacinth!

Blue Flower Image
The buds look like tiny Chinese lanterns.
03-06-2020

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