what is this flower? blooming in Ohio

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    akh41065
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    anky37
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    A yellow flower!! LOL Sorry! I never know flower names. But  I like it!!! You’ll have to wait for the experts.

     


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    luvmyb_b
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    Wish I could help.  I live in Ohio and can’t say I have ever seen that growing around here.  I will be anxious to see if you get an answer.  I’m guessing you will.


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    akh41065
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    I think I’ve answered my own question: garland chrysanthemum. I had posted on what is this flower last week (before it bloomed) and someone thought it may be tri color chry. but it’s only yellow – thanks to all!


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    tealbirdIA_Z4
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    It’s  a pretty bloom – whatever it’s name.  Alma


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    plantdoctorzn4
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    I said that my Tri color Chrysanthemum had foliage just like your mystery plant…..so glad you didn’t pull it thinking it was a weed….it is lovely!  It will give you lots of blooms from now until frost!  Charlene


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    akh41065
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    Charlene, yes thank you. You gave me the name and I appreciate it :) It will be fun to watch the plant. I bet your tri color one is pretty. I looked up pictures of that plant.


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    akh41065
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    Charlene, what part of US do you live? do you deadhead this plant?


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    plantdoctorzn4
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    I live in NE Iowa….zone 4…and yes, I do deadhead to get continuous blooms.  If you want to save seed, you need to quit deadheading and around the end of August or the 1st part of September.  What zone are you in?  I shouldn’t be giving advice until I know that.  Charlene


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    plantdoctorzn4
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    DUH….your title says blooming in Ohio….LOL….guess I was sleeping last night.  Where did you get the plant?  I did a google search and it sounds like it is an annual, but you can sprinkle seeds in the ground this fall or early Spring to have more next year.  Your plant is eaten in many Asian dishes…..sounds good, doesn’t it?  Charlene


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    akh41065
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    Yes, Ohio, Lancaster – this came from a wildflower seed packet, thanks for info on deadheading. I did read about it and all the Asian dishes it’s in, interesting!  :)


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