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Woody Plant Identification Needed

Posted by okrisstea 7 (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 8, 13 at 14:41

This plant is taking over my flower bed and now creeping into my yard. It is hard to pull up and my trimmer can not cut it properly. Does anyone have any idea what this plant is? It seems to have a tiny yellow pod attached at the base of each leaf at the end of a long stem.

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!

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RE: Woody Plant Identification Needed

Can you give us more to go on?

Does it have a fragrance -- like mint or spearmint?

Are you saying it's a ground cover? How tall does it get?

RE: Woody Plant Identification Needed


Here is a link that might be useful: Sida

RE: Woody Plant Identification Needed

It grows about 2ft tall in clumps on woody stems and it does not have a fragrance. To remove it I have to either dig it up or use clippers. It stays green all winter and spreads like crazy each year.

RE: Woody Plant Identification Needed

@saltcedar .. Yes this is exactly what it looks like! Thank you so much. I have looked everywhere trying to find information on this plant.

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