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Have you grown a wild flower mixture? If so is corncockle possible
...you mean Agrostemma githago, Mark, then it doesn't normally form a basal rosette this robust.
In fact, I'd say that it was generally a lot less robust than this specimen.
I was wondering about Digitalis ferruginea, which forms a basal rosette just like this, but isn't what I would call "furry".
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if autumn sown/germinated corncocckle can get quite large as a rosette - but still not a firm id
...as I actually germinated some, late last year, as an experiment.
Have to say, they did not make robust basal rosettes, although they did just about flower, in November.
Thanks for your help. Only just seen these comments. It was a wildflower mix but also I did put in some foxgloves. We will see what grows. Thanks
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