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Plant Identification!

Postby MissLee » May 18, 2013 2:48 pm

Hi guys & girls,

Im really new to gardening and just move into a new home.. there is various things growing amongst the yard and im yet to figure out what they are.
Is there a site or a way of finding out or do any of you know what this is? Any suggestions?? (the last 2 pics are of the same things... its a climber by the looks of it since there is a trellece right there)
Thanks!!

-M
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Re: Plant Identification!

Postby lilybulb » May 18, 2013 2:57 pm

You can resize your pics.I just go to my pic folder and click on edit,there you will find the resize button.Some folks upload their pics to Photobucket and resize them there.
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Re: Plant Identification!

Postby Ian66 » May 18, 2013 7:34 pm

Not sure what the top pic is.....the leaves are too new and haven't opened up yet.
The second pic looks like Clematis
The third pic is hard to see the leaves and a close-up would help.

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Re: Plant Identification!

Postby conniepr » May 19, 2013 9:08 am

The first pic made me think of peonies when they come up, but... if it's peonies it must be a very small root or not very healthy. There's usually a lot more shoots coming up from the roots.
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Re: Plant Identification!

Postby Northpine » May 19, 2013 11:00 pm

I'm wondering if the first one could be bleeding heart. I was out in the yard today and noticed that mine looks quite similar.
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Re: Plant Identification!

Postby Linda B » May 28, 2013 8:05 am

Pic 1: Peony
Pic 2: clematis
Pic 3: raspberry (need closer up of the leaves to be sure).
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