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Thank you, Benjamin, for identifying all of the wildflowers I've circumvented with my mower for the past decade. I have come to the conclusion that if I would just keep mowing and not stop every few minutes to take pictures of these lovely gems, I'd been done with the task a whole lot earlier.

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I found some new plants I want to try, thank you for a great article. The groundplum scared me for a moment but I realized I had it confused with another plant.
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