More native plants to identify

Discussion in 'Plant and Tree Identification' started by bethlaf, Apr 8, 2005.

  1. bethlaf

    bethlaf Homegrown Family

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  2. AngieM2

    AngieM2 Big Front Porch advocate Supporter

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    #6 looks like a wild strawberry leaf.

    Rest of it looks like stuff under the trees out back. It will be interesting to see what our smart plant people say on the plants.

    Angie
     

  3. Kathy in MD

    Kathy in MD Well-Known Member Supporter

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    1. Some kind of lily
    2. Globeflower
    4. ????? but I want some
    6. I think Angie is correct on this one
    7. spring beauty

    BTW Can you please identify the last photo on your last post
     
  4. bare

    bare Head Muderator

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    You'd probably get a better response from folks if they could look at your photos. They are just too big and take way to long to load.
     
  5. marvella

    marvella Well-Known Member

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    hi beth, it's true, i'm on dial up too. one at a time is plenty for me.:)
     
  6. ajaxlucy

    ajaxlucy Well-Known Member Supporter

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    #1 Not a lily, since the veins on the leaves don't run the full length of the leaf, but I don't know. It's not something like skunk cabbage, is it?

    #2 looks like the leaves for Dutchman's Breeches or Squirrel Corn.

    #3 Mayapple

    #4 something in the lily family

    #5 The little flower off to the right is Spring Beauty.

    #7 looks like False Rue Anemone.
     
  7. Gailann Schrader

    Gailann Schrader Green Woman

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    1. Virginia Blue Bells
    2. Dutchman's Breeches before it blooms
    3. Buckeye TREE
    4. Widow's tears/Spiderwort. White form.

    Sorry, can't tell about the others...
     
  8. ajaxlucy

    ajaxlucy Well-Known Member Supporter

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    5. Cut-leaved toothwort. The name just popped into my head while I was looking at the picture.
     
  9. lacyj

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    2 almost looks like a california poppy, but not quite.
    3 looks like buckeye
    5 looks like turkey foot sage, does it smell?
    6 wild strawberry
    7 is it a tree or a plant?
     
  10. tnborn

    tnborn Well-Known Member

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    1)dicenta
    2)columbine
    3)paw paw tree
    4) Commelina virginica
    5)sawtooth
    6) strawberry
    7)anemone
    tnborn
     
  11. outofmire

    outofmire Well-Known Member

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    I agree that #3 looks like buckeye. It is very poisonous, but my goats won't eat it. In the fall it will have black shiney nuts that break out of husks. We have tons of this on our land. They are one of the first plants (really an understory tree) to leaf out and flower. Our flowers are red.

    We have mayapple too. This doesn't look like mayapple, but you can't be certain about anything until it flowers and fruits.

    Shae
     
  12. outofmire

    outofmire Well-Known Member

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    I meant BROWN shiney nuts, not black
     
  13. Gailann Schrader

    Gailann Schrader Green Woman

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    #3 isn't pawpaw. Pawpaw has individual LARGE leaves and are only about the size of chicken toes right now. Pawpaw leaves are also darker green and VERY glossy. Very tropical looking...