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Jun 28, 2015 9:46 PM CST
Name: Jim D
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Anyone have an Idea of what this could be , lost tag ,
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Thumb of 2015-06-29/jimard8/3e853f The larger rosette of sorts plant , and the stringy walking stem on the hand , same plant of course .
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Jun 29, 2015 5:39 AM CST
Name: Rob
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Curious. The main rosette reminds me of perennial lobelias, but the runners don't.
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Jun 29, 2015 9:29 AM CST
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Is this the part you are calling the rosette?
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If so, to my old eyes it looks like this part is a different plant than the one producing the runners. Thank You!
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Jun 29, 2015 9:54 AM CST
Name: Jim D
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It is the part I am calling the rosette , and it is all the same plant , That is why I am asking , 40 years of gardening , have seen a few plants that do that , none come to mind, I am at a loss to ideas of where to look ,
Lobelelia , Campanula , come close .
Hoping for a bloom Confused Thank You!
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Jul 1, 2015 9:12 AM CST
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Jul 1, 2015 11:22 AM CST
Name: Jim D
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Purpleinopp Shrug! The plant grew on it's own from some Feverfew seeds , So from the seeds or earth mix is where it came from Confused Shrug! Thank You!
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Jul 1, 2015 1:30 PM CST
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So the clue is that we haven't got a clue! :+) I'm curious with you!
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Jul 1, 2015 2:47 PM CST
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Were the Feverfew seeds from a commercial source? or from a trade with another gardener? Hopefully if from another gardener, we can search their plant list for some clues.

If it's from the potting mix... Confused Blinking Shrug!
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Jul 1, 2015 4:24 PM CST
Name: Jim D
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greene , Seed from Burpee's ) Shrug! Thank You! planting seed starter mix from Dollar store Shrug! Thank You!
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Jul 1, 2015 8:24 PM CST
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Then we are sunk. Hilarious! And if the pot/container was outside we could even toss in a gift from the birds.
Guess we all wait for a bloom?
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Jul 1, 2015 9:17 PM CST
Name: Jim D
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green It was inside a terrarium to start with , The more I look at it (the plant) The more I think Cudweed ,
Only some of the leaves are dark green and waxy , the others exactly as it looks in the ID photo ,,
Unless it blooms ,I guess in two months or so , I dig one up and bring it in this winter , I suppose it could be some kind of Aster with the clumping form of it , ? Only I am lost with this one ... There is even the the possibility of some kind of Ajuga , I think someone mentioned that though ?
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Jul 1, 2015 9:41 PM CST
Name: Jim D
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Ajuga Genevensis ? I think maybe ? Bloom ? bloom ? bloom?
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Jul 1, 2015 10:14 PM CST
Name: greene
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Probably not Ajuga genevensis since the leaves look nothing like your plant.

While we wait for blooms, let's review...Here is the assignment...Focus on each part of the photo. Place a name on each plant that you can identify.
Those of us following the thread have only your photos to guide us; you are fortunate that you have the actual plants in front of you. Thumbs up

Here is your original photo.
Thumb of 2015-07-02/greene/0a05ef

Here are some cropped portions that need a name.

1- Upper right, may be a Maple or Sweetgum; give this a name:
Thumb of 2015-07-02/greene/332c63

2- Lower right of photo - give this a name:
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3-Parsley-looking leaves - give this a name:
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4-Please only look at the two large leaves on the left and right; ignore the runner for now. To me the two large leaves appear to be a Violet; what do you think? - give the two leaves a name:
Thumb of 2015-07-02/greene/b3836f

Here is where we need to focus...
5-Lower left of photo:
Thumb of 2015-07-02/greene/ee7221
and
6-Lower middle of photo (I think the runners come from this plant):
Thumb of 2015-07-02/greene/230c60

Do #5 and #6 look anything like #7?

7- The center of the NOID 'problem' (I think this plant has no runners):
Thumb of 2015-07-02/greene/9b0f72

jimard8 said:
Thumb of 2015-06-29/jimard8/3e853f The larger rosette of sorts plant , and the stringy walking stem on the hand , same plant of course .


In this photo caption the 'same plant of course' that gets my attention.
The photo shows leaves and runners but it does not show the connection back to the 'mother' plant. I want to jump into the computer screen and get a closer look. Hilarious!

Still not convinced that your NOID plant is only one plant. I believe there are actually two plants unaccounted for... look at my cropped images #5 and #6 and compare them to #7. I think the runners are coming from #5 and #6 as the leaves seem to match.

Whenever you decide to dig up the plants itwould be great to see some new images of each individual plant. I don't mind being wrong, but I just hate when things that are unsolved. How will I ever sleep tonight? Sad
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Jul 1, 2015 11:34 PM CST
Name: Jim D
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1 silver maple pulled as weed
2 Dead Nettle , gets into everything I set out , pulled also as weed
3 Feverfew . grew from old seeds ,, same as where unidentified came from


The difference of 5, 6 , & 7 is there , I agree
I cannot put an exact on the one or ones I want or am trying to Identify , Thank You! Confused
A lot of leaf difference there I agree Thank You!
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Jul 2, 2015 7:53 AM CST
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So I guess we wait for a bloom? I would hate for you to uproot the plant (or 2 plants?) without knowing if it is a valuable addition to your garden.
Guess I'll have some tea and chill a while. Thumbs up
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Jul 2, 2015 10:14 AM CST
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The basal/rosette foliage looks a bit like lewisia. Are the leaves fairly thick?
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Jul 2, 2015 11:03 AM CST
Name: Jim D
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Yes, foraygardengirl) the leaves do have a thicker appearance , That is one reason I let it grow , leaves thicker than usual weed type plants , not as heavy as usual cacti or succulents
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Jul 2, 2015 11:54 AM CST
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That is about right for lewisia leaves. If it flowers, you will know for sure.
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Jul 2, 2015 8:43 PM CST
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Do lewisia have runners like that with lil plantlets, I know their blooms kinda do that
I agree it looks like it
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Jul 3, 2015 7:00 AM CST
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I have not seen them on my lewisia, but mine were planted in between rocks so they might not have been able to do that. I agree with previous posts that the runners are likely a different plant. In the end, this is just a guess/possibility anyway.
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