Discussion in 'Identification Area' started by Saliha, Sep 1, 2018.
Petals are like in the tight bunch together. I am quite sure it´s not any wild flower.
I think that could be a member of the Erysimum family
Looks like a very weak Hesperis matrionalis...Dame's rocket. Hesperis matronalis. - Google Search
The stamen and stigma look to be quite protruding in the original post @Silver surfer ??
True. It is definitely in Brassicaceae. I was trying to get a good match on the leaves...but Erysimum would fit. Plant doesn't look very strong./healthy. I didn't see your post I was posting similar time...finding links always adds a few mins
It certainly looks a bit sorry for itself
The plant has grown in quite dry place all summer (and it was hot in here). If weather conditions would better, it also might looks stronger).
@Saliha We have all got a few sorry plants after this summer and the drought some of mine are even sorrier because they are dead - phut - gone but never mind aye
Yes agree with SikverSurfer.. I think it is small and pale and discoloured leavesbecause it’s roots don’t really go anywhere much..
Not sure Marley, but I think it might be agreed that it is more likely to be Erysimum because we noticed the size of the stamens & stigma what say you @Silver surfer ?
Good afternoon I have Bowles mauve perennial wallflower Erysimum,its not that one Sweet Rocket: Pictures, Flowers, Leaves and Identification | Hesperis matronalis
Tetters is right ..with the sticky out stigma it could well be Erysimum. Agree it is not Bowles mauve. As it is from Finland I cannot be positive, as we don't know what plants grow there that we cannot grow here /are not familiar with. It might be a weed rather than a garden plant. brassicaceae finland - Google Search
One gardener here checked those pictures and said this flower might be Iberis umbellata.
That could be the one @Saliha
Sorry but I completely disagree. What ever else it may be I do not believe it is Iberis umbellata. They have different size petals. 2 petals are larger than others...see ... Iberis umbellata - Wikipedia Your top pic look to all be similar size petals....unless I am missing something.
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