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  1. kriss

    kriss Gardener

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    17B6BA31-8214-4BE1-988A-B87BCFD5676A.jpeg I bought two of these from dobbies last year. They flowered like echinacea but with similarly thick stems.

    The behaved in a quirky way as the flowers visible opened and closed each day, moving and reacting to the sunlight.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. Spruce

    Spruce Glad to be back .....

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    I think

    Erysimum'Bowles's Mauve'
    wallflower
     
  3. Janet mahay

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    Some flowers do react to the sun but i have no ldea what this plant is but a nice plant plenty of green leaves
     
  4. BellaBlue

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    That looks more like Osteospermum. The flowers open and close.
     
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    • KFF

      KFF Total Gardener

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      Definiately an Osteospermum.
       
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