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Please help ID these plants

Posted by MilaSan 5 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 5, 14 at 9:21

I found these plants and I haven't been able to figure out what they are. Thank you so much in advance.


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RE: Please help ID these plants

boy those first two pic are NOT great... the left looks like heuchera... coral bells ..

the right ... SORTA like a rambling rose ... or a huge spirea ... lol ... well.. something with indeterminate pinkish sorta flowers... lol ..

i dont know the last two ... though smoke bush comes to mind, on the bottm right .. as well as the extended pea family ....

ken

Here is a link that might be useful: smoke bush leaves


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Pretty sure upper right is a japanese spiraea. Lower left looks like dock. Lower right something pea family, it's hard to tell without seeing the whole plant (how tall is it, is it upright or trailing...?). And I concur with Ken, upper left is a heuchera.


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Last one could be baptisia/false indigo. Picture doesn't show scale though, so can't tell for sure.


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Bottom right could also be baptisia australis if it's a more upright plant?


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Hi All,

I'll take more photos tomorrow and post. I was told by a lady in the neighborhood that the bottom right is called sorrel, but I haven't been able to id it as such.

Thanks all you wonderful people.


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Bottom right is categorically not sorrel. Definitely something in the Legume (pea) family.

Top left Heuchera. Top right Spiraea japonica. Bottom left could be Burdock.


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