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actually, it is a lobelia - Lobelia syphilitica. As your tasting showed, it doesn't make a good substitute for Lobelia inflata (I really don't think any of the other Lobelia's I've tasted do).here's a page with more ID info:http://www.missouriplants.com/Bluealt/Lobelia_siphilitica_page.htmlblessings...
Fantastic! Thanks so much! I was baffled since it is so clearly a lobelia - visually - but in such a shady spot and without any heat. I guess I have only spent the time with L Inflata, assuming other L's have heat too. silly. ~A
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