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Usually they are about 2 to 3 feet tall and very bushy! The plant name starts with a k
 
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I'll try and get a close up soon and repost. I saw this plant on my walk yesterday!
 
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My gut reaction was ''Diascia'' - it just reminded me of the lovely orange flowered one I have in my 'low growers' section, although it is impossible from the photo. What was your guess @Tess (poetic or what!)
 
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My gut reaction was ''Diascia'' - it just reminded me of the lovely orange flowered one I have in my 'low growers' section, although it is impossible from the photo. What was your guess @Tess (poetic or what!)
I was thinking maybe Shrubby scorpion-vetch or Mediterranean crownvetch or something in the Petty Spurge family? I can't wait to go take a close up!
 
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Well the spurge is in Euphorbiaceae, and the vetches are 'peas' or Fabaceae.... I`m looking forward to a nice clear photo too.
Was this growing wild or in a garden?
 
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Well the spurge is in Euphorbiaceae, and the vetches are 'peas' or Fabaceae.... I`m looking forward to a nice clear photo too.
Was this growing wild or in a garden?
It was by the sidewalk in town.
 
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Well the spurge is in Euphorbiaceae, and the vetches are 'peas' or Fabaceae.... I`m looking forward to a nice clear photo too.
Was this growing wild or in a garden?
I got some better photos today. I thought at first it was one plant, but I think it might be two!
What do you guys think this is!?
 

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Could those be species of Rhamnus? I think they are in the Buckthorn group ? Native more to your neck of the woods than mine ??
 
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There are definitely similarities, but I think the leaves are thicker on the Shoreline sea purslane than on this mystery plant. I have no clue what this one is!!
 
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