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Plant ID

Posted by Plant_Novice none (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 5, 14 at 11:53

Hello everyone! Am having difficulty in identifying these plants, would anyone happen to be able to help me? Much appreciated! This is the first one.


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Second one! The broken green stick like thing in the middle of the picture.


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Third one! The green bud.


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Fourth one! The blades-of-grass-looking things


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3rd. Chamaesyce species, now Euphorbia I believe.


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Fifth one! The thorny black branch.


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Last one! The light colored stem(?) in the middle of the picture. Many thanks again!


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Really need help guys, please. Thanks to saltcedar by the way!


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I don't think people are ignoring your post - there's just too little to go on for reliable ids - vide 'Broken green stick thing'. Maybe you could help us a little by giving the geographical location of the plants and the time of year the pictures were taken?

Regarding no 4 it's a grass and could be one of thousands. A flower head would help those who know grasses.

I don't recognise any of them so I'm assuming they're not N W European plants.


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