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What's my plant

Posted by prabuingarden 6A/6B NJ (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 27, 14 at 10:52

Hello Friends -
I bought red blood flower seeds from seedneeds. It germinated in 3-4 weeks and I see it has a strong root system. Now it has grown over 3 feet and has not produced any flower. And the plant I see does not match to what I see in google images of this plant. I'm attaching the image of the plant, can anyone recognize this and let me know the name of this? If this is not a flowering perennial, I will take them down. I feel it is a weed, but would like to know for sure.
I have planted this in my front yard, hoping for a dashing red and yellow entry way. Any help identifying this is appreciated.

Thanks.

Here is a link that might be useful: This is the seed I bought


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RE: What's my plant

I'm attaching second image of the plant. Thanks.


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RE: What's my plant

Another close up shot of the plant. Thanks.


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RE: What's my plant

Unfortunately, that's Lamb's quarters (Chenopodium album), a weed. And not even red-flowered!

However, it's edible....


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RE: What's my plant

Thanks very much "missingtheobvious". I will have to take them off. Of all the seeds I planted this is the one that kept growing tall and faster. I doubted initially but did not know what it was. Thanks for your help.


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