I am almost sure you did it too: picked up seeds from a plant growing in a garden or park with the hope that a plant will grow in your own garden. This is what I did four years ago when we visited beautiful San Juan Island. The blooms were already gone so I couldn't see them. The seedpods were intact. It looks like the seeds were good since I have the plant! However, there are two problems. First, it doesn't bloom. I suppose it should bloom. If not, where would the seeds come from? Second, what is the name of the plant? Does anyone have any ideas?
The plant is perennial. Spreads naturally, and I have three plants already. Nothing more to say. Here are the pictures.
The size can be seen in the next picture. I traced the unknown plant with O.
This is the scan of a branch.
The foliage is pretty attractive, but I hope it is something that will bloom one day.
I hope it's not some poisonous plant. It grew in a garden visited by many people, so I guess it shouldn't be. I touched it many times in my garden and never had any skin problems.
Zone 7. Deciduous.
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