Name This Plant?

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Here is another photo of a purple plant, do you know what it is?
Smiles, Cyndi
name this plant, gardening
name this plant, gardening
  13 answers
  • Douglas Hunt Douglas Hunt on Sep 20, 2013
    Is this blooming now? How tall is it?

  • Jay Jay on Sep 20, 2013
    Looks like an orchid.

  • 360 Sod (Donna Dixson) 360 Sod (Donna Dixson) on Sep 20, 2013
    I believe it a lobelia, but I don't know which one....yet!

  • Carly Swirtz Carly Swirtz on Sep 22, 2013
    The leaves aren't right for a Great blue Lobelia, I agree with Jay, it looks like a type of wild Orchid.there are so many varieties. You can call a master gardener, that's what I do when I am stumped. Most areas have programs where Master Gardeners are available foe free advice.

  • Debbie Patterson Debbie Patterson on Sep 22, 2013
    Rhonda, I agree with you. The leaves appear to be bamboo and the flowers do not appear to be on the same stem as the leaves.

  • Robin Miller Cresci Robin Miller Cresci on Sep 22, 2013
    I agree with Donna Dixson and Rhonda Brady, Lobelia Siphilicata. I have had this plant and many other colors also.

  • Jeanna Jeanna on Sep 22, 2013
    I was thinking Blue Bell.

  • Lisa Brady Lisa Brady on Sep 22, 2013
    Hi @Cyndi I truely believe this is a bluebell which is strange but strange seems normal right now whether this is late or early who knows?

    • Jeanna Jeanna on Sep 22, 2013
      @Lisa Brady That was my first thought to.. Ours are still blooming.

  • Lisa Brady Lisa Brady on Sep 22, 2013
    Hi Jenna we picked them every year at Easter along Primrose it was our family tradition we would walk about 5 miles there and the same again back .They grew in the woods I think every town had a Bluebell woods fairly near . Its so crazy how the fact they are still growing in your garden Hey maybe there a Halloween thing now. answer this question...

  • Barb Richter Barb Richter on Sep 23, 2013
    Looks like Virginia Blue Bells. A guess

  • 360 Sod (Donna Dixson) 360 Sod (Donna Dixson) on Sep 24, 2013
    The blooms are too deeply lobed to be a Virginia Bluebell, which is more cupped or 'bell shaped'. The leaf is also too narrow to be the Mertensia and I seem to recall that they are fuzzy like leaves (I could be wrong about that )

  • Linda Linda on Sep 28, 2013
    English Wood Hyacinths/ English Blue bells.

  • Cyndi Neumann Cyndi Neumann on Sep 29, 2013
    Thanks so much for your answers! Smiles,Cyndi