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Hmm! This thread is nearly 4 years old.
I don't suppose Tristan Creswell will still be watching.
No idea how Alisha Howard, even happened to find it.
Eeeck! Earlier suggestion rubbish. So sorry.
Just been looking at pic 4 more closely.
Leaves compound. Not straightforward as in pic 3
Back to the...
dinko..... I wonder if yours is Cyrtanthus elatus....common name Scarborough lily
Cyrtanthus elatus - Google Search
Sulev...your pic looks like Hesperantha coccinea.
Previously called Schizostylis coccinea.
hesperantha coccinea - Google Search
OK think we can rule out Leonurus cardiaca...common name motherwort.
Leonurus cardiaca leaf - Google Search
It looks so familiar.
Looks spot on to me for Sanvitalia procumbens...there are several named cultivars.
Hairy leaf margins, hairy stems, 12 yellow petals etc
Try Persicaria sp...there are lots.... in Polygonaceae
Often used to be called Polygonum.
Persicaria - Wikipedia
Maybe..... Persicaria (syn...
Oh I so agree with you.
Yet the flowers are wonderfully scented.
robinia pseudoacacia - Google Search
Daniel, thank you for all your efforts, past and present in running these forums.
10,ooo posts..all to the point.
So many on...
One I considered...we used to grow it.
Not looked at it closely after it has finished flowering so wasn't certain.
Very easy with the bright...
Knew I could count on you Ron.
Crataegus × lavallei | Landscape Plants | Oregon State University
Crataegus × lavalleei, -...
I hope Daniel, Ron B or Michael F will pop by to help.
I do not know Crataegus sp well, but did wonder about Crataegus x persimilis......known by...
Definitely Euphorbia sp. Not sure which one. Maybe ornamental one ..... presume in a public park/garden
Chamaenerion angustifolium previously...
Your mystery tree is not Malus... common name apple as you can see from the fruits.
I suspect it is Crataegus sp...Hawthorn family
Apples cut in...
Crataegus sp..... commonly called hawthorn...leaves and vicious thorns fit.
Not an odd shape..perfectly normal.
Probably far too young to have...
Just for interest....
In UK where cold weather can kill them, the leaves are cut off and formed into a wigwam to protect the crown.
Possibly Hollyhock...Alcea rosea.
Comes in many colours.
Alcea rosea single maroon - Google Search
hollyhock - Google Search
Salvia Hot Lips.
Is this another blinking name change.
Pulsatilla vernalis..syn Anemone Vernalis.
Anemone vernalis - Wikimedia Commons