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It's not Marijuana I promise...but I can't find anything like it

Posted by hodgese Texas (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 28, 14 at 10:54

I'm sure this will turn out to be the most common weed or nuisance plant and so nothing is on the web.....
This, or these, leaves started growing out of a rescue orchid pot. It was a Valentine orchid arrangement with several cut flowers and plants. After they died the orchid was on the sale rack at Lowes's and I took pity. The the orchid came back just fine, and these leaves started growing out also. So far it is just single stems with a palmated leaf growing out of "something" below the surface; I just don't want to risk digging down to see what it is. The long central leaf splits early, and then as it grows it splits again and again. The next two leaflets down have only split once so far. I have only found one picture on the internet similar but it was not labled and I couldn't find the owner. Anybody have something similar?


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RE: It's not Marijuana I promise...but I can't find anything like

  • Posted by dbarron Z6/7 (Oklahoma) (My Page) on
    Thu, Aug 28, 14 at 10:57

Pteris fern


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RE: It's not Marijuana I promise...but I can't find anything like

Pteris cretica 'Mayiii'

Rgds


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RE: It's not Marijuana I promise...but I can't find anything like

Sorry, the cultivar's name is 'Mayii'


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