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ID me. :)

Discussion in 'What Am I? Plant Identification' started by SweetMissDaisy, Apr 1, 2015.

  1. Apr 1, 2015
    Nyboy

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    I love my snowdrops they let me know spring is coming. No sign of them yet.
     
  2. Apr 1, 2015
    moxies_chickienuggets

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    Snowdrops!! I could not for the life of me remember what they were called. :idunno
     
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    Smart Red

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    I vote for hyacinths. That's what your plants look like from south-est, central-est Wisconsin. I'm not sure what they look like from other parts of the world.

    What is seems to me to be is an area overgrown with those big, fragrant hyacinths and their 'babies'. Most of the smaller bulbs won't flower, or will flower with only a few 'bells' on the stem, but once they are done flowering, they can be dug, put in a new spot over a dusting of bone meal, and re-buried for next year.
     
  4. Apr 7, 2015
    SweetMissDaisy

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    they haven't changed much since I moved them over from Gramma's, but I will update this post w/ new pics when things start changing. We actually got 1" of snow this morning..... w/ a high of 40, so brrrr. :)
     
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    Carol Dee

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    CrazyFeathers

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    Fellow Wisconsinite here, I think it's either Lily or Hastas.
     
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    Carol Dee

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    @Smart Red is in WI, I am not too far south in Eastern IA. What part of WI are you in?
     
  8. May 28, 2015
    SweetMissDaisy

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    I assume it's a lily but have no idea what the blooms will look like yet. This is today's status. :)
     
  9. May 28, 2015
    SweetMissDaisy

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    Today's status...

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    Smart Red

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    Of course, NOW it looks like a lily. You first showed us a perennial just waking up from its winter nap. It seems that I have an orange lily growing in the sun room. I thought I had a tender house plant until this behemoth popped up.
     

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