East Cobb-invasive WF?

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Date Photo Taken: 03/30/2012
Location: Vinings, GA
Posted By: martlaw

Notes:

This was taken in a wooded park area. Had many of them pop up in a shaded area of my yard in Dunwoody a few years ago. Flower is 4-petalled.

COMMENTS

  1. Bobby Flower Fanatic says:

    Money grows on weeds. Honestly, honesty could be the answer to this mystery! If not, bring on the crow Stone! Where you been anyway? http://hedgerowmobile.com/honesty.html

    July 13th, 2013 at 4:27 pm
  2. martlaw Unregistered says:

    Thanks, Bobby – my 30-year old copy of V.F.o.t.Carolinas doesn’t have any Lunaria in it. I would never have found it. I’m a sporadic amateur at identifying mostly wild plants. The specimen had clasping leaves with the flower stalk rising from the junction of leaf and stalk. The few closeups of this aspect I found on line showed short stems on leaves, and my specimen showed rounder leaves than most, if not all. I’m sure, however, this information would not change the ID.

    July 14th, 2013 at 11:46 am
  3. martlaw Unregistered says:

    Forgot to ask: couldn’t figure out the reference to “crow Stone”. ?

    July 14th, 2013 at 11:50 am
  4. Bobby Flower Fanatic says:

    @martlaw. I’ve enjoyed Walter’s site for a few years now and have come across many experts at plant identification. One of those is Stone. Georgia Gardener is an excellent teaching tool regardless of your in the field or lack there of experience. With that said the crow and Stone reference goes back to these previous posts http://www.walterreeves.com/name-that-plant/mystery-plant-14/ and http://www.walterreeves.com/name-that-plant/mystery-plant-18/

    July 14th, 2013 at 12:55 pm

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