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    Non weed flower

    Sorry to post something non-weed. But this is driving me crazy! Is this some sort of pitcher plant?

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    #2
    common name is Lipstick Plant. i think...

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      #3
      Well, it is a pitcher of a plant at least. interesting plant
      Don't worry, be happy, grow sticky buds.

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        #4
        Black pagoda lipstick plant. Sandy has a choice of the chicken dinner or all-you-can-eat salad bar.
        Oddly enough, this little flower is bird pollenated.
        Last edited by Gingerbeard; 10-21-2023, 04:37 PM.
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        • SoOrbudgal
          SoOrbudgal commented
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          There are salvia bushes smelly leaf like sage i grow in my yard. Lots of different tiny flowers purple, white, pink but there's one i really like it's called " lipstick " it's red & white looks like red lipstick LOL deer don't eat it and hummingbirds love them. Smells really good if the dogs run into in oils get on there fur.

        • Gingerbeard
          Gingerbeard commented
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          I am not familiar with lipstick with purple stamen. I need to wear more makeup.
          I don't know if we have salvia but sage is abundant in my county. A hippie's paradise.

        #5
        It's a very cool looking plant. Have you ever seen it trap any insects? Or maybe you just don't get fruit flies at your house? Do you think it's a carnivore? Can we name it Audrey?

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          #6
          No, Seymore. Those delicate little flowers are pollenated by sunbirds. The plant is hanging. The flowers few and sparse. You have to be in the mood if you want to look at them.
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