Friday, March 28. 2008
Here is a mystery flower that we cannot ID. If anyone can ID it for us, I'd love to hear from you.
We now have an ID on this one. It is Five Spot, or Nemophila maculata. It is apparently a California native, but out of range. About three years ago we planted a wildflower mix from Las Pilitas above our house, but the birds ate all of the seeds and we didn't see any wildflowers from the mix. And we no longer know what was in the mix. These flowers are growing below the house. It's hard to figure how those seeds could have got here, if they were even part of the mix. But it's hard to figure how else they could have got here, either, so I assume they were in the mix. Another oddity is that there are a few of these plants growing together and they are growing together with some baby blue eyes, which photos I was planning to post today if I get around to it.
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