wildflower question

Cynthia Mueller c-mueller@tamu.edu
Mon, 03 Jul 2006 14:22:42 PDT
Dennis....where do you live?  If it's small, it might be a frogfruit
(Phyla nodiflora, if it's in Texas) that looks rather like a lantana,
and is in the same family (Verbenaceae). Good butterfly plant, supports
some caterpillars, too.  -Cynthia Mueller

>>> Dennis Kramb <dkramb@badbear.com> 07/03/06 12:54 PM >>>
Forgive me for being OT, but I found a strange wildflower today that 
I have no idea what it might be.  You folks are SO SMART that I bet 
one of you can tell me.  :-)


It's a very small flower on a very small plant, growing alongside a 
large stream, on a sandy bank.  The flower is probably only about 
half an inch across (rough guess).

The only thing that springs to mind is Lantana, but I know it's not

Dennis in Cincinnati

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