yet another mystery plant

Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by lainyg, Jun 12, 2012.

  1. lainyg

    lainyg Active Member

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    Thanks for your help, everyone. I think I've almost got everything identified. This one sprouted typo a couple of months ago. I couldn't find it on any of the weed websites and none of my friends knew. I just have a few of them that are growing in the same bed with the teasels and rhubarb. The other day when the sun was shining I noticed the leaves have transformed into seed pods. So now I'm thinking I better find out what it is before those seeds can get too far!

    The first pictures were taken a month ago and show the pretty blooms. The last two pictures showing the seed pods were taken a couple of days ago. Is this something I need to destroy to keep the seeds from spreading?
     

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    Sundrop Well-Known Member

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    Looks like Lunaria annua to me.
     
  3. lainyg

    lainyg Active Member

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    Wow that one was fast! Thanks!

    I thought there was something familiar about it. I've seen it dries in arrangements many times.
     

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