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What is this weed?

Posted by flowersandthings MidAtlantic 6/7 (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 12, 05 at 21:57

What is this weed?
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It seems to like the shade and gets pretty tall 4-5 feet. It doesn't (does it?) have flowers.


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RE: What is this weed?

Pretty sure you got a horseweed....they grow much taller and lankier in shade...I get them in sun and if left go they can reach 4 ft, but I usually yank before that. When I first moved to this place I had a ton. They are annuals and easy to pull up.

Here is a link that might be useful: Conyza canadensis


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RE: What is this weed?

No its not horseweed. I've seen that and it looks different its less branchy than this one:
http://www.missouriplants.com/Whitealt/Conyza_canadensis_plant.jpg

Here is a link that might be useful: pic


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RE: What is this weed?

Looks like some kind of aster in the second picture.


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