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Chamas Phlox drummondii

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jorjabrown

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Marzo 31, 2020 06:05 PM MDT

Descripción

Very small flower, growing alone except for another bud which looked rolled or twisted. Bright red or red pink hue, five petals, yellow stamen deep in the center. Leaves are very broad and tougher to the touch. I'm not sure if it is native to the area because it was growing in a large box with other plants in front of a building and other parts of plant were trimmed very low, as can be seen in the picture. I wonder if that effects how it is grown?

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Jacinto Género Hyacinthus

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jorjabrown

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Marzo 28, 2020 03:09 PM MDT

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Reminds me of daffodils because of the tubular shape and petals splayed outward on the flower. Smaller than typical daffodils, purple hue, many flowers grow from one stem, flowers connect to stem in alternate pattern all around the stem. Long, narrow leaves that grow from base of plant. It was the only plant growing in the area, which was under a larger bush with pines.

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jorjabrown

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Marzo 24, 2020 03:22 PM MDT

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Low-growing flower in bush. Purple hue, five petals forming star shape in center of flower, deep center, yellow inside. Petals have straight sides and sharp points rather than rounded edges. Was growing alone. No visible leaves (leaves in picture are from separate plant (I think... It was a big bush and I wasn't able to find point of where flower sprouted)).

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jorjabrown

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Marzo 19, 2020 01:56 PM MDT

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Found growing out of rocks while hiking in red hills. Flat, paddle-like petals growing from central point, soft texture, thick (not hollow), green with pink hue on tips, bigger petals on outside, smaller on inside. Reminds me of a succulent.

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Narcisos Género Narcissus

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jorjabrown

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Marzo 17, 2020 02:07 PM MDT

Descripción

Growing out of wood chips. Yellow petals; six petals in star shape with yellow tube protruding out of center. Long, narrow leaves growing out from base of stem, no leaves growing from any high point on stem. Stems of flowers very hollow and thin. A few flowers growing together, not very spaced out.

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Hiedrezuela Terrestre Veronica hederifolia

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jorjabrown

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Marzo 14, 2020 06:28 PM MDT

Descripción

Found growing between rocks and gravel near concrete.
Small, blue/purple buds growing on the ends.
Leaves seem to be growing in a whorl pattern mostly near the top of the stems.
Leaves are covered in "fur", look fuzzy.
A lot of stems growing together.

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Piracantos Género Pyracantha

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jorjabrown

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Marzo 10, 2020 06:11 PM MDT

Descripción

Small red-orange berries in large cluster.
Broad, almost waxy leaves.
Phyllotaxy seems to be alternate.
Growing on a bush about 6 ft tall.
Some small research has led me to believe this plant is in the firethorns genus, but most species have long, narrow leaves while this bush has more wide leaves.

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