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 Post subject: What plant is this.....
PostPosted: Sun Apr 25, 2004 8:01 pm 
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I took this pick last year on may 22nd in Crowley, TX. The plant/weed/flower was very tall maybe 3-4 feet. I have looked in my wild flowers of texas book and cant seem to find it.... Any help, would be helpful... LOL
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It looks to me like one of the alliums, but I don't know which species. They are beautiful. I've tried planting them, but never had much luck with them. Are they growing wild? If you ever want to get rid of any, let me know. I'd love to have some in my flower beds.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 7:28 am 
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Yes, these were growing wild.
I would like to plant those as well.
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It is probably garlic. It looks exactly like the stuff that I plant every year.


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http://www.thegarlicstore.com/index.cgi/flowers.html


Take a look at #4409....looks similar and my first thought when seeing your photo was some sort of garlic. Society's garlic isn't quite the same, but similar.

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 Post subject: what plant is this?
PostPosted: Sat Jun 26, 2004 10:56 am 
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I would agree with the previous post, I have this all over the place. Its garlic, if you dig it up, you'll get the actual garlic bulbs. Just smell it. You should recognize it right away.


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It looks like garlic to me..........also can you tell me how you posted the picture ?


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It's Society Garlic, a very popular wildflower.

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