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Weeds or precious perennials?

Posted by lennon2 R.I. (My Page) on
Sat, May 24, 08 at 14:48

So often I've pulled up the last year's perennials that I'm letting things come up this year.

These four plants in front of the hostas are suspect. (From left, 2 and 4 are the same plant. There are lots of them, only in my perennial beds.)

Can anyone identify them, or at least tell me if I should pull or coddle them? Especially 2 & 4, since they're rampant.

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RE: Weeds or precious perennials?

1 and 3 look like a weed to me......it's tough to tell from a photo.


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RE: Weeds or precious perennials?

Some of them look like some kind of Dock. Perhaps broad leaf dock or curly dock.

You can look at curly dock at: http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/R/W-PY-RCRI-MP.003.html

Here is a link that might be useful: Broad Leaf Dock


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RE: Weeds or precious perennials?

2 and 4 are some type of aster. The one that bob64 thinks is dock I believe is a plant that has a flower? that looks like a shaving brush. Sorry no name.


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