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Sunday, September 06, 2009

Little something

I saw this peeping out of the bushes today. When the stalks started growing on this plant I didn't think they were very attractive and was wondering if I should remove this plant but after seeing this I don't think I will. I rather think the tiny flowers are very attractive. I have no idea what the name of the plant is.


  1. Thanks for visiting my blog, and the compliment on my work. I went through your older posts to see your dolls and the lovely painting you made! I like your work as well!

  2. hooo , c'est joli , ça a l'air doux !!!
    je ne connais pas non plus le nom de la plante ....dommage !

  3. Oh how pretty! Aren't you glad you didn't get rid of the plant?

  4. Honestly I thought that was a white caterpillar and kept looking for the flowers and then decided to enlarge it and yes I see it isn't a caterpillar!!

  5. I do not know the name, but it is pretty!

  6. i don't know the name of the plant either but it sure is pretty and unusual. at first glance, i thought it was a white caterpillar too.

  7. What a lovely stem of little flowers. I don't know the name of the plant either. :(
    Happy you didn't get rid of it.

  8. I don't recall the botanical name, but I think the common name is
    bottlebrush plant . . .


  9. The closest I can find in garden books is a plant called snakeroot, aka bugbane. Botanical names are Cimicifuga racemosa, Simplex or Davurica. Likes rich moist soil and shade, blooms July/August in USA. Described as having shiny leaves and long slim white flower spikes. devorah@windstream.net


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