Help me identify this baby perennial, Please!

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Annette99

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These babies were started about 3 or 4 months ago and I lost track of who they are. Any guesses of what kind of perennial this is? Thanks Annette
 

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Annette99

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None of the above, I have a list of all the seeds I started, however last year I started a package of mixed heuchera seeds from Pine Tree I think, could have been someone else and I ended up with all tiarella plants, not complaining they are blooming beautiful now.
 

RonsGarden

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These babies were started about 3 or 4 months ago and I lost track of who they are. Any guesses of what kind of perennial this is? Thanks Annette
Looks like violets!
My next guess would be a type of campanula!
Did you get the seeds from Garden North?
 

Annette99

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I googled image perennial seedlings and got the seedsite.co.uk and from the time I started seeds for the size the plants are now I am pretty sure it is leopards-bane. I got the seeds from T's flowers and things.
 

Crabbergirl

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I agree with Ron. They look just like the wild violets I have which by the way if anyone would like to trade for some I have a bunch;)
 

Annette99

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Thanks Ron, I'll keep trying, they also look like a campanula, but the ones I did are accounted for. I started 110 different kinds of perennials, and have been eliminating them one by one, had a bit of damping off of some of the varieties, and the mice got into some of my starting pots so things got mixed up. I also have the wild violets and they are not it. I didn't start any violets or panseys.
 

Annette99

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Ok I figured it out it is campanula Americana, seeds from Prarie Moon. Its the tall Bell flower, a biennial, Gets 5 feet, wants shade, blue flowers.
 


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