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Solved Is this Rudbekia?

Discussion in 'Identification Area' started by clanless, May 12, 2018.

  1. clanless

    clanless Super Gardener

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    I've just transplanted some Rudbekia from my Mum's house into my garden.

    This is the Rudbekia:

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    I saw this plant growing away just next to the area where I planted the Rudbekia - it looks very similar - does anyone know what it is?

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    If this unknown plant is Rudbekia - I'm going to look a right numpty :noidea:, as I've been digging it up each year. In which case I just won't tell anyone :whistle::spinning:.
     
  2. pete

    pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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    I think it might be.:smile:
     
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    • silu

      silu gardening easy...hmmm

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      Looks remarkably similar to some I was transplanting literally about 1/2 an hour ago. I grow Marmalade and Goldstrum. 1 of the varieties has a slight tinge of pink just where the leaves start to sprout so maybe look for that, altho it's only 1 of my varieties that has the pink tinge I think. I have sold loads of it at my charity sale. It's always popular. I like it as it's late when so many other herbaceous plants are past their best AND it doesn't need staking a job I detest. It maybe a bit run of the mill but often plants that are labeled as such are so only because they are easy and good performers which does me nicely.
       
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      • wiseowl

        wiseowl Friendly Owl Admin Staff Member

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        Here's one of mine:smile:
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        • Mark56

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          It is indeed :)
           
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          • clanless

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            Good news then...I'll leave it alone.

            I consider myself numptified :yikes::biggrin::dbgrtmb:
             
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