|Tom A ||
Posted 04-26-2001 at 02:33:26
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Last fall I plowed over one of my long-neglected fields. It's bottom land, gets wet in the spring; dries out by about May. Stays fairly cool all summer.
Anyway, several days ago it started blooming with lots of these white flowers that I've never seen before. None of our wildflower identification books has them. They are about 8" high, with slender flattish leaves like garlic. Central stalk with many individual flowers growing from the stalk. The flowers are white, trumpet shaped, and have 6 petals.
Any ideas what they might be? They're rather pretty...wife doesn't want me to disk them over til she's had a chance to move some.