...pictures of children and things I make for those of us who never grow up, and plants I grow in my little garden......
Hi Peggy,Thank you for stopping by my blog. Sorry to hear about your fish, we just lost two fish within days of each other a few weeks ago.If I'm not mistaken, the plant is a Jerusalem Artichoke. Does it have a big tuber root and is very invasive? If so, that is what it is. I got one little hitch hiker of it on a plant from my friends garden and now I can't get rid of it. It wouldn't be so bad, the it is growing right in my front garden path! Anyway, in the spring and in the fall you can harvest the tuber roots and eat them like potatoes. Look them up on line and you can find a ton of recipes and info.Tiff
Looks like you found the answer to your question at long last. We got rain here too but not that much. We do need it after all the heat we've had so everyone's gardens should be happy! Have a wonderful Thursday!
You have some of the most unusual plants, I swear! Looks like some form of coneflower almost - but hey, I know NOTHING!! Sorry 'bout your fish....but fish cpr??? GROSS!! ;o) Happy Thursday! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin
It looks like a yellow coneflower to me too....maybe go to this site and compare.....http://www.allendanseed.com/pictures.html
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