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Recognize this?

Posted by babelsrus 7bNC (My Page) on
Thu, May 29, 14 at 8:33

Popping up everywhere. Think it was in the pine straw mulch :(


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RE: Recognize this?

Looks like Poison Ivy and some other weed


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Possibly, or Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus.)


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Yes, one or the other. Sometimes Virginia creeper pops up with 3 leaves on the first true leaf and then has 5 on the next set.


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Cotyledons match Vitaceae.


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Yes I agree that Grape seedlings start out that way too, until you get to the true leaf.


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Right, I was confirming Parthenocissus rather than Poison Ivy.


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Oh I see what you mean. I actually had not realized that Parthenocissus was in the Vitaceae family. Learn something new every day! :)


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