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Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by amdm, Mar 19, 2006.
Grows wild in my yard. Makes one flower like this. Flower is small
You might want to investigate it under begonia.
Possibly a tuberous begonia....? When does it flower?
Well it began flowering about a day or two . Flower wasen't showing two days ago seen it today,I live in the south of Louisiana if that helps. Also have this flower I can't find in any of my plant ID sites.
I think your new pix is that of Lathyrus odoratus, or a common sweet pea...what are you day time temp. for March?
Temps here have been in the 70's and 80's some days
Thank you both, Margaret and K Baron I looked up the names and its a match on both plants. Thanks again . :-)
Gosh ...I wish March was as warm as that here in Vancouver...
Looks more like something on the order of a vetch (Vicia) or other smaller flowered legume (there are many) to me.
I would say Lathyrus, but definitely not L. odoratus.
Yeah, I should've just said "smaller flowered" and left out "Vicia."