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Posted by green.fingers none (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 1, 13 at 0:27

CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHAT KIND OF PLANT THIS IS?

THE LEAVES WHEN YOUNG ARE HEART-SHAPED THEN AS THE DAYS GO BY THE LEAVES BECOME 5 POINTED SHAPED, THE LEAVES ARE FELT LIKE ON TOP AND STICKY UNDERNEATH. ANY HELP WOULD HELP, THANK YOU, GREEN.FINGERS


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Sounds like sticky purple geranium, Geranium viscosissimum. But, no one can give you a positive ID without a photo.


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green.fingers here again .still trying to identify this plant, anybody got any ideas, this is the third time i have tried to put a picture on this page. this plant i about 8 ft. tall. thanks


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Might be a young Paulownia tree.

Here is a link that might be useful: Paulownia-tomentosa


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A neutral overview of Paulownia:
http://www.carolinanature.com/trees/pato.html

The downside is that way too many of those thousands of seeds turn into seedlings -- which then grow into trees that spread more seeds around the landscape -- which grow into trees that spread more seeds....

And too many people are too charmed by the purple flowers to worry about the fact that Paulownias are taking over.


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