Would anyone know what these plants are ?

whatis123 Mo.(6)(Mo)

Can anyone ID these plants in mid Mo ?


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dbarron(z7_Arkansas)

Last two look like a lobelia, but doesn't seem to quite match up to any I know.

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WoodsTea 6a MO(6a)

Is the (Mo) after your name Missouri? If so, have you tried asking on the Missouri Native Plants group in Facebook? It's a huge group with a number of botanists and ecologists as members. They can ID just about anything.

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whatis123 Mo.(6)(Mo)

Yes Mo was for Missouri and thank you for that group's name. I did ask them so waiting for an answer also.

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dandy_line (Z3b N Cent Mn)

Where are they growing? Your garden? in the wild? And where are you ?

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Jay 6a Chicago(5b/6a)

I'm not sure what you have there, and they may or may not be native. I spend most of my time on the Name that Plant Forum, and I know if you post these plants over there you should get quick answers.

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whatis123 Mo.(6)(Mo)

They were in the wild and I am at the foothills of Mo.

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Jay 6a Chicago(5b/6a)

3 and 4 are Lobelias, perhaps spicata. 1 and 2 look like something in Lamiaceae.

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whatis123 Mo.(6)(Mo)

Thank you umbra. Yes that is it. Since last Aug when I posted this I did find the name for it.


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