Plant ID needed

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sunflower3

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thisfirst plant is coming up in my lilies and I have know idea what it is. The second is in my hosta and I planted it there think its allum but not sure.
 

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Kya D

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If the pink flowering plant is pretty short then I would guess allium too
Cuz it looks alot like mine.
The other one I just have no clue.
 

RonsGarden

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The first looks a lot like ragweed!
The second is an alium! Pick a leaf off it, it should smell like onion!
 

sunflower3

Member
the bulbs smelled like onions when I moved. I will move them this fall and hopefully they will get taller??
even with the stem of the plant being fuzz like that it could be ragweed?? should I wait and see or pull it out now???

The first looks a lot like ragweed!
The second is an alium! Pick a leaf off it, it should smell like onion!
 
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DizzyDaff

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Karen, - first pic -did you plant any of the Oriental Limelight artemisia there?
Here's mine pictured with the peony blooming in front.

2nd pic is either allium or garlic.
 

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sunflower3

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Just remembered I made a chart of my lily garden and what is planted where. The lilies they are in with came from fishenBC, so i will pm her and see what she says. crazy how we forget stuff, only remember because Dizzy you gave me bulbs too. I'll let you all know when I find out. thanks..
 


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