Thursday, April 30, 2009

What are these plants called?

Lilly of the Valley?
I have no idea...

What is this one?

Very dainty but what the heck is it?

Fake toad, is this plant Hens and Chickens? LOL I do not know....

Geoff said "they're all weeds...pull 'em up"

I have a lot of these all over in different areas of my yard. They are the one plant that never dies during the spring and summer.

Crappy picture but I think you get the idea....anyone know what this little dainty is?
I've taken some pictures of plants that are coming up in my back yard and have no idea what they are called. Does anyone know?


Craftinator said...

Ahhhh!!! Don't Pull 'em!! Here's what I know -

Yep, the first one is Lily of the Valley. If you don't want it, let me know because I know someone who wants some. They're very hardy and don't need any care, really.

I think the next two are Peony bushes and will have gorgeous flowers on the top a little later.

I believe the next one is a Grape Hyacinth - a popular Easter flower.

The next one isn't hens and chicks but it's the same type of plant. They're called Sedum and will have really pretty flowers on the top.

I can't quite tell what the next one is but it's not a weed! :)

Next is Creeping Myrtle - it likes to creep :P so you'll have to trim it back on a regular basis unless you want it for a ground cover. It works well in the shade. I have it around that big tree in my front yard.

My best guess on the last one is Lupine but I could be wrong.

I hope this helps!!

PitBullLadyDesigns said...

*bows to Michelle's Flower Wisdom*