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Identify this little ones

Posted by silverwolf5 9 (My Page) on
Sun, May 23, 10 at 8:14

Hi, I've been planting some seeds of various fruits trees and bushes, altough some strange plants have been growing but I don't know what are they, I will post some pictures to see if anyone can help me identify them, I know little about plants so technical terms must be translated first. :)

Here's the first one, I know the one on the left is a Physalis as I already own one and some more are growing, but the one on the right I suspect to be Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) which is most used to make tea around here, I planted some seeds long before Physalis on middle of winter, altough it has the same size! What could it possible be?

This two pictures I'm really clueless on what they may be (I attached them and I'm letting them grow anyway, I suspect they're weeds):

Another one:

This one seems familiar with other ornamental plants that grow aroud:

This one I suspect to be a tomato, altough I didn't plant any seeds of it:

The same plant from another angle:

And for the last, this little ones, which I suspect to be Coffee, (Coffea Arabica), which I planted long ago:

Can someone identify them please?
Thanks in advance.

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RE: Identify this little ones

There is a "Name That Plant" forum that is more appropriate for plant ID. Also, you should be aware that seedlings often display very different foliage appearance from more mature plants of the same species so ID is not always accurate with plants of a very young age.

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