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quite a few that could use a name - Plant ID

Posted by bubbleoffplumb z6 NY (My Page) on
Sat, May 27, 06 at 11:24

most of these are (maple) shade plants - the last three get a bit more sun....

#1
this one is growing in a shady area - right next to a cedar:
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same plant:
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#2
a woody(?) plant - they are growing thru-out the property
in mostly shady spots:

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#3
shrub (?) mostly shade:
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#4
is this multi flora?:

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#5
existing shrub - shade:

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#6
got these all over the place:

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#7
another shade lovin' shrub (?):
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#8
dark green vine - sometimes with silver stripe - shade:
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#9
??
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the three pics below (2 plants) like a little more sun:
#10
?? - some midday sun:
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#11
this plant (next 2 photos) like to hang out by the deer tongue grass and asiatic day lilly - I apologize for the lack of focus:
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same plant as above:
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once again,
thanks for the help


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RE: quite a few that could use a name - Plant ID

#2 looks like Green Ash (a tree). The flowers on #5 look like some type of Euonymous.


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RE: quite a few that could use a name - Plant ID

# 10 looks like an ash
#6 looks like an anemone


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RE: quite a few that could use a name - Plant ID

1, 2 and 9 look like a cherry of some kind, maybe Prunus serotina?


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RE: quite a few that could use a name - Plant ID

your last 2 pics look like goldenrod.


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RE: quite a few that could use a name - Plant ID

#5 looks like burning bush...if it is...get rid of it, please and thank you. The last 2 look like some sort of goldenrod.


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RE: quite a few that could use a name - Plant ID

#11 is that weed with the tiny white to pinkish white thread petaled daisy-like flowers. I don't know the name.
1 and 9 look like Prunus serotina - black cherry or something similar.
#7 reminds me of mock orange but I'm not sure.


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RE: quite a few that could use a name - Plant ID

Now I remember the name of #11 - Fleabane.


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RE: quite a few that could use a name - Plant ID

#11 finally flowered!
I think it is daisy fleabane - Erigeron annuus

Daisy Fleabane ~ Erigeron annuus

Erigeron annuus ~ Daisy Fleabane?


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RE: quite a few that could use a name - Plant ID

#8 is probably sweet autumn clematis. Maureen


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RE: quite a few that could use a name - Plant ID

#3 looks like one of the non-native very invasive privits - perhaps Ligustrum obstusifolium.

#11 is an aster, not Daisy Fleabane

#6 is I think one of the sticktights or similar plants that grows seeds that stick to fuzzy clothing. I can't recall the species...


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