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Try to identify this perennials

Well this time I need help around plant identifications
...I have some unusual perennials... maybe some know something about them...

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...have flowers in summer...as it on picture...
...I would not surprise if that is some kind of miniature shrub...
...leaves are very soft...


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...it is not Sagina sabulata if you think on that...
...its something else... and in smmer have LOT of small pink flowers...


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...one type of sedum... have white flowers on flower stalk...

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...another one... very cool one...

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...this one is Raninculus... but I don't know what kind of variety... :(

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...and this one is like 30cm tall... leaves are thin, crested...
...bloom in summer...
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The sedum with the white flowers look like sedum morganianum, more commonly called Donkey tails and is usually grown in a hanging basket. Could it be that?

The leaves of the compositae look like cosmos, but the flower does not have the serated petals I usually see.
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Sorry... but you'r both try's are not correct... :(
Cosomos is one year plant...
...and Sedum morganianum is variety for pots...
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Oh, well, it was a guess. I'll be interested to see what they really are.
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The 4th plant looks like a yellow ice plant (Delosperma nubigenum) Could the last plant be a variety of coreopsis?
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YeY !! 4th picture is solved... !!
...Thank you... 8)
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#5 Ranunculus repens pleniflorus ~ Double Creeping Buttercup
#2 Dianthus caryophyllus ~ Pink Carnation


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DoubleDogFarm wrote:#5 Ranunculus repens pleniflorus ~ Double Creeping Buttercup
#2 Dianthus caryophyllus ~ Pink Carnation
Eric
...picture 5 is solved... YEY... tnx...

...but Dianthus try is far far away... :(
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Mr_bobo_ wrote:
DoubleDogFarm wrote:#5 Ranunculus repens pleniflorus ~ Double Creeping Buttercup
#2 Dianthus caryophyllus ~ Pink Carnation
Eric
...picture 5 is solved... YEY... tnx...

...but Dianthus try is far far away... :(
Far far away, Really!

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I was also going to guess Dianthus for #2... the plant/leaf shape is very similar and you did mention pink flowers, which would fit. Could you describe the pink flowers in more detail? That might help.
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I find picture with flowers...


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Dianthus deltoides - Maiden Pink- (Caryophyllaceae)

Maiden Pink (Dianthus Deltoides White)

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I think your right DDF. I've had some that looked just like that.
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DoubleDogFarm wrote:Dianthus deltoides - Maiden Pink- (Caryophyllaceae)
Families is right... and I have that one... look like this...
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...but when you put in google Dianthus deltoides - Maiden Pink- you will not got any similar picture...
...flowers are totally different...
...still I'm sceptical about name...
...maybe it can be...
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I was that pictures before... and I did not see how flowers are similar to mine example... and I was watching every details...

...on my example flower petals are heart-shaped...
...on you'r example, they are annular...
...different variety... maybe... but they are not same...
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