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Can someone help with plant ID?

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posted on May, 25 2012 @ 07:58 PM
The tag must have slipped off when I purchased it. I like to keep a binder with the plant info so I know when to do what to each plant. Since I have no clue what this is..I need a little help so I can look up how to care for it.

Thanks in advance

This is a new "fairy garden" for the girls...just thought I'd share

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posted on May, 25 2012 @ 08:16 PM
reply to post by Neopan100

That my friend looks like a Shamrock.

It must be a lucky day.

I keep a potted one. Beautifull.

Cheers.P.s. it doesnt like the fern. . they are not buds.
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posted on May, 25 2012 @ 08:30 PM
I don't see the resemblance to a shamrock. I attempted to find, but could not. Could you provide more details - such as, where you bought it, annual vs perennial, etc. Basically, anything you can recall. I am thinking some sort of aster, but really, I think I may have made that up.

BTW, your fairy garden is wonderful. Should be a hoot for the kiddos.

posted on May, 25 2012 @ 08:50 PM
i dont know the plant in question but how old are there girls because that foxglove you got there is pretty deadly if misakenly injested.

posted on May, 25 2012 @ 09:06 PM
Is it any of these?

posted on May, 25 2012 @ 09:10 PM
reply to post by Neopan100

Im pretty sure its a type of Larkspur possibly a hybrid though.

here's a blue Larkspur, flower head shape and foliage are similar.

There's about 50 subspecies and they do vary greatly so it could be hard to track down.
Many are poisonous as well if ingested.

But the Foxglove or Digitalis as haven pointed out is highly poisonous and should'nt be ingested or even handled as the toxins in the sap can penetrate the skin.Digitalis poisoning causes heart failure.
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posted on May, 25 2012 @ 09:13 PM
i can tell you it aint indica sativa or rudarelis

posted on May, 25 2012 @ 10:17 PM
reply to post by haven123

I know about all the plants I have planted..except that was one I hadn't seen before and thought I would mix in more whites. I am very aware of the toxicity of the foxglove. My girls are both old enough to know better not to touch it and they LOVE alerting everyone that comes into our backyard
The fairy garden is only for looks...NO TOUCHY...TOUCHY! I am trying to teach them how to identify plants and how to care for each..what to touch and what not too. We are putting in a herb garden for them so they can get all touchy feely and not have to worry about any of them being poisonous.

The plant in question--
Purchased at Menards
I am in zone 6
it is a perennial
grows 12" tall ( I always check at the store so I can quickly design the height factor in my head)
that's all I can remember...

whomever said larkspur--might have it right looks just like it--only white.

I will do some searching on the suggestions and I thank you guys for your time!

so far in the fairy garden I have : (some not pictured..because the garden extends to next fence rows)

Tiny Ghost Asiatic Lilies
Shasta Daisies
Spotted Dead Nettle
2 Foxglove
2 Speedwell
Lemon Thyme
Pink Beardtongue
Greek Oregano
Yellow Tickseed
Peach Tea roses
Pink Tea roses

The herbs in this garden is for green fill and won't be used. We have other gardens we use for our herbs/other edibles.

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posted on May, 25 2012 @ 11:44 PM
Your fairy garden is beautiful! Oh, you're going to love your catmint plant! Ours is just gorgeous!

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