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Can anyone help identify this please - came free in a pack of seeds!

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  • BobTheGardenerBobTheGardener Leicestershire, UKPosts: 11,376
    I think that one is going to be tricky as the flower looks fasciated (a kind of mutation) I think, so can't really tell what it should look like!  You may need to wait until it produces a normal flower but see what others think.
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  • thank you very much for trying to help :)

  • I think that one is going to be tricky as the flower looks fasciated (a kind of mutation) I think, so can't really tell what it should look like!  You may need to wait until it produces a normal flower but see what others think.
    Thank you for trying to help :smile:

  • TimJamesTimJames YorkshirePosts: 36
    Possibly wild mustard ?
  • bertrand-mabelbertrand-mabel Posts: 1,788
    Look up Francoa. Leaves look very much the same.
    We had a similar plant suddenly appear near our bird feeder a few years back (maybe seed from the bird seeds?)
  • Look up Francoa. Leaves look very much the same.
    We had a similar plant suddenly appear near our bird feeder a few years back (maybe seed from the bird seeds?)
    Thank you very much, I think you are possibly right :)
  • fidgetbonesfidgetbones Posts: 16,254
    The leaves certainly look like francoa, and with a fasciated flower.
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  • TimJames said:
    Possibly wild mustard ?
    thank you for your help, I do think they look really similar too but they also look like Francoa
  • The leaves certainly look like francoa, and with a fasciated flower.
    Thank you for your help :smiley:really appreciate it!x
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