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Plant ID

Posted by cathyw z6NJ (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 12, 14 at 10:15

This plant was growing in a yard in CT. My sister thought it didn't come back after winter so she threw out the tag. Can anyone tell me what it is?


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Disporum...maybe D. longistylum?
CMK

Here is a link that might be useful: pic here


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Didn't lable garden right so I have no clue what vegeble it is


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Same thing lol don't know what I planted


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I have like 5 or 6 I don't know. This is my first garden and did it all wrong but I am learning from my mistakes. Thank you for any help you can give me


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Plant id


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Last one just don't know


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Yup pretty sure it's disporum. Thanks.


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Stella, first one looks like squash or pumpkin. Second one bok choy. Fourth one watermelon. Last one cucumber.


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Stella, third one, spinach that has bolted (gone to seed).


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