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Need Plant ID #5259147 08/18/14 12:50 PM
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What do you call this? My wife says it's starlight, but she just made that up. I see whole fields covered up in it while dove hunting. It's pretty, but I don't think anything will eat it except some bugs or an old goat.


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looks like snow on the prairie

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Originally Posted By: lmberjack
looks like snow on the prairie


That's it! Thanks

COMMON NAME: Snow-on-the-Prairie

BOTANICAL NAME: Euphorbia bicolor

FAMILY: Euphorbiaceae

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