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What is this please?

DitsyDitsy Posts: 196


  • pitter-patterpitter-patter Posts: 2,362
    It’s probably one of the species tulip, maybe lilac wonder. It’s coming up through the leaves of aquilegia.
  • JennyJJennyJ Posts: 9,586
    There are at least three things there. The pink and yellow flower and strappy leaves are a tulip, possibly Tulip bakerii "Lilac Wonder" (I have this one and it is a reliable repeater, comes back every year). The leaves on the left are probably Aquilegia but another possibility is Thalictrum aquilegiafoilium. On the right the narrower 3-part leaves are something else but I'm not sure what.
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  • DitsyDitsy Posts: 196
    Oh yes I can see the tulip leaves now. It was at my local park and I thought it was some kind of geranium, silly me. Thank you.
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