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Plant ID

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http://www.mywildflowers.com/identify.asp

Use this for help with figuring out your mystery plant :fairy:

Thanks to Xiao for finding this!
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Thank you!!!
True colors are beautiful

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Yes, I really like this tool. I find using this site to identify flowers so much simpler than trying to identify other parts of the plant, like leaves. Always make sure to confirm your suspicions by researching the plant more! I start with Wikipedia, and then check for lookalikes for the plant, and then research medicinal/culinary/ritual/magical uses.
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That site seems incredibly useful, thank you so much for sharing it with us!!

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Wow, this is a REALLY good resource!!

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Bless!

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I found another really good "finder"
https://www.wildflowersearch.org/
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