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  • philippasmith2philippasmith2 Posts: 2,242
    Which one did you want to ID ?

    The little Clover type plant to the left is an Oxalis.
  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 21,084
    Philippa, the plant to the right is the Oxalis. 😀
    The one on the left could be a heuchera but not sure. 
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • philippasmith2philippasmith2 Posts: 2,242
    I got left and right muddled - blame it on sun :D
  • AsarumAsarum East AngliaPosts: 591
    Could it be a Sanguinaria or Bloodroot?  S. canadensis  is the one most usually found for sale.

    East Anglia
  • Thanks ,I'll check my collection of labels
  • darrylpqX8tHsZdarrylpqX8tHsZ West of New York, east of LA, stuck in the middle with gluePosts: 11
    Asarum said:
    Could it be a Sanguinaria or Bloodroot?  S. canadensis  is the one most usually found for sale.

    This is not bloodroot.  S. canadensis looks like this. I live west of Chicago and I have this plant in my garden. I love it. It is one of the first plants to show itself in the spring (along with the Virginia Bluebell) and it does so with a small white bud on a stem.  The bud opens and the flower stands there on its own. Soon, the leaves - these very peculiar leaves - start to appear. It is early April here - we are still getting some snow - and I cannot wait for this plant to appear.                                                             Bloodroot in late bloom
  • GardenerSuzeGardenerSuze I garden in South Notts on an improved clay soil Posts: 2,725
    I don't think this is a Sanguinaria. Easy to find out cut a stem and it bleeds. 
    The process of making a garden is like a river running through your life.
    The place stays the same but the water, even in the stillest days always moves.
    Monty Don.
  • AsarumAsarum East AngliaPosts: 591
    Perhaps the original poster @mackergxz6UQGT1 would like to come back and let us know.  The post was from last year so maybe they can identify it now.
    East Anglia
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