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TOPIC: plant identification

Re:plant identification 8 years 4 months ago #1422

This was a good old 4 stemmer! The leaves were so long I had to look twice.
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Re:plant identification 8 years 2 months ago #2056

not trying to be rude, but that pic is not of goldenseal. that is black cohosh.

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Re:plant identification 8 years 2 months ago #2060

Thanks for the help.

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Re:plant identification 8 years 2 months ago #2068

wow i have never seen 1 like that

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Re:plant identification 8 years 2 months ago #2074

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Mya thats a nice 4 fork indeed sweeet..a nice find/Congrats

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This was a good old 4 stemmer! The leaves were so long I had to look twice.

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Re:plant identification 8 years 2 months ago #2238

bowhog, The first plant you have pictured on pg. 1 is devils claw. the last plant you have pictured on that page looks like spearment (cant be 100% from pic, but next time you run across it pick it and smell it for positive and unmistakable ID.) On the second page of this post the 1st pic looks like wild ginger but again not 100% dig the root and smell. It will have a very pungent ginger aroma. The interesting part of this pic to me is the one leaf at the very left center edge that has white and green pigment. The only plant I have seen in southeastern Ohio with that pigmentation is called rattlesnake plant. It isn't called that because it attracts snakes, but because of the seedpod that forms straight up from a central stem resembles the tail end of a rattlesnake.

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Re:plant identification 8 years 2 months ago #2609

Three small ginsang plants. There is a 2-prong at the top, a small 3-prong at center of pic, and a 1st year 3 leaf plant at the very bottom of the picture.
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Re:plant identification 8 years 2 months ago #2610

Goldenseal plants. The heart shaped leaf at the right is wild ginger.
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Re:plant identification 8 years 2 months ago #2611

More wild ginger...
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Re:plant identification 8 years 2 months ago #2617

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Nice pictures 5 your all seng is sure going it is amazing to me how much greener ours still is.

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