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Sunday - May 13, 2007

From: Abilene, TX
Region: Southwest
Topic: Wildflowers
Title: Green thread-Thelesperman filifolium
Answered by: Damon Waitt

QUESTION:

Looking for information on a wild flower called green thread. Can you tell us the actual name or any information about this flower.

ANSWER:

No problem. Go here to learn about Thelesperma filifolium var. filifolium (stiff greenthread)

 


Thelesperma filifolium var. filifolium

Thelesperma filifolium var. filifolium

 

 

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