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This is Xanthostemon chrysanthus, commonly known as the golden penda or first love ...is a species of tree in the myrtle family Myrtaceae, endemic to (found only in) north eastern Queensland, Australia... The cup like structures are flower-heads, having five petals in the side.. Flowers bright yellow and bisexual with 5 petals attached to rim of calyx. ...


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Based on two comments, this could be feijoa. Native to South America, it’s been since grown around the world both as ornamental plant and for their fruit. Disclaimer: As for all identification requests where the answers claim that a plant is edible, always double check yourself using multiple sources and paying attention to possible doppelgängers before ...


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This looks like bindweed, probably Convolvulus arvensis. Very common invasive species in MI, officially designated as "noxious weed". It seems to be very hard to get rid off once established. I too am rather fond of it, it is a common native wildflower where I grew up, but, no, I would not recommend introducing this into your garden in the US.


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The flowers on top are hyacinths, and the ones on the edges are called snow drops. They grow in the woods in early spring here in Canada, and in Europe as well!


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