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i did notice the arrangement of 3 leaves, but wondered about the look of the flower, thanks.
attached photo of low growing plant is blooming near road and disturbed land in central - Arkansas, USA, right now,
is it a kind of clover?...
I did some web search and think it is
or sesbania exaltata
thanks for the reply
the leaves don't match -
maybe you have another suggestion
would like to find out name of this plant:
tall plant from 4 to 6 ft
blooms in August
grown from seed
original location near drain ditches in...
thanks for the id -
I noticed that the plants have become quite invasive and I will have to cut some down -
blooming: end July, start of August
about 2-3 ft tall
thanks tyrlych for the quick id
location: central Arkansas
soil: heavy clay
size: stalk about 12" or less...
thanks for the quick reply -
the flowers are beautiful
about 10 inch tall or less
blooms in July
thanks for id help
thanks, tibularia -
thanks for the id
correction - the plant is a perennial
I hope photos are sufficient for identification
one with small white flowers, the other yellow flowers
yes - I agree - thanks for the reply-
I think you are right with your id -
looked at some more plant pictures
I did some comparision with photos found on the web
and believe now it's a euonymus japonicus -
that's good enough for me - thanks Axel -
small insects love the flowers
and there are no disease issues -
see photo - what kind of bush is this?
it is blooming now- july-
thanks Axel for the id
the plant has reseeded in a bigger area since it first appeared
it has a quaint flower -