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By Toto

For Jacque. (Lunaria annua)

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HHHHHHHMmmmmmmmmm Its leaf is Different Toto? il go & take a pic of it leaf now & post it 2 show u :) Back In Mo X

20 May, 2009


As the text is not clear I have copied from book below:
Honesty Lunaria annua Height to 1.5 mts.
Branched, hairy biennial. Usually found in hedgerows and banks, typically close to habitation. Flowers 25-30mm across with 4 reddish - purple petals (April - June). Fruits, circular or oval, flattened pods. Leaves, irregular toothed; lower leaves stalked, upper one, unstalked. Status, frequent as a garden escape.

20 May, 2009


RRRRrrrrrr Toothed Yes has Teeth Toto :) all along its Leaf Edge :)

20 May, 2009


Has it helped identify it or are we still at a loss?

20 May, 2009


I Think its Sweet Rocket 4 Sure Not Honesty Toto :) Thanx 4 all the Help :)

20 May, 2009


I think it's sweet rockets. I have them every year and they look just like it!

20 May, 2009


I stand corrected. I think your right. Sorry for the wild goose chase.

20 May, 2009

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