keskat
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Volunteer... Things - plant id

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Ok, so I know the blue ones are just a weed... but its purdy, what is it?

The yellow ones look almost like tulips, to me... mostly what I want to know about those is if I should o to the trouble of collecting them (theyre in several strange places) and putting them somewhere more... showy?

Thanks!
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Nemophila -- Baby Blue-eyes -- I seem to recall it's a California native wildflower.

Yellow one does look like fancy tulip. wait until the foliage dies down (mark the spot) and then dig deep to find the bulb?

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Applestar to the rescue! :lol: Thanks! Now to get several markers that my dog wont pull up... Those yellow ones are scattered in all sorts of random spots. I think whoever used to live here had a very creative gardening method. :lol:
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