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So many weeds I could be called a pot dealer!

Posted by weedhater_2007 (My Page) on
Thu, May 17, 07 at 18:16

I have probably somewhere around 10 species of weeds in my backyard. Ever since my dad moved away I never really took care of the lawn, just simply cut it. Now I'm taking a bit more responsibility and would like some help identifying some weeds to get rid of them. I will put numbers beside each link so that it will be easy for you guys to refer to each picture and identify whichever weed it happens to be. Thanks a lot with the help I really appreciate it.

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I believe 4 & 5 are the same but not sure so:
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Now pics 6 &7 are of the same weed, but I zoomed up to the base of the weed for the first picture and the second picture has the full weed

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I'm pretty sure this last one is garlic mustard but confirmation would be good

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Anyways thanks in advance for any and all help / attempts at helping, even identification of a few of these will rid a good percent of weeds in my backyard. Thanks a lot, I really appreciate it.


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RE: So many weeds I could be called a pot dealer!

#1, 2 and 11 -- Forget-me-not, Myosotis sp.
#4 -- Geranium
#3, 5-9 -- Dandelion, Taraxacum officinale
#4 -- Dandelion and dock, Rumex sp.
#14 -- yes, garlick mustard, Alliaria petiolata


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