Top Questions About Toadflax Plants

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Questions About Toadflax Plants

Asked by
kellieco on
September 22, 2014

Q. can you help me identify this plant?

I dug a flower bed this year & this plant grew. I dug up some branches, looked like some kind of a fir tree had been there. That’s kind of what these new plants resemble. I do like them. I’m sending pictures of them. Thanks

Answered by
Bear on
September 24, 2014
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Hi! I believe this is Yellow Toadflax, the Latin name is Linaria vulgaris. It is a perennial weed.

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Asked by
Anonymous on
June 24, 2015

Q. Linaria reticulata did not thrive

We put out Linaria reticulata “Flamenco” seedlings in March. We have formerly had great luck- tons of flowers, etc. Instead, these sort of staggered along with a few tiny flowers and recently gave up the ghost. We treated them the same as previously. What happened?

Answered by
Downtoearthdigs on
June 23, 2015
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What sort of symptoms did you see? Was there any spotting on the leaves, yellowing, or other damage to the leaves? If you let us know this, it will help us better pinpoint what the issue may have been.

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