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Discussion in 'Gardening Discussions' started by Darrin, Aug 1, 2018.

  1. Darrin

    Darrin Apprentice Gardener

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    Could anyone please tell me what plant this.

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    • Gail_68

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      Hello @Darrin :sign0016: to the forum...sorry I can't help on the ID...but it's only early yet and members will help with the ID :)
       
    • Marley Farley

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      Hi @Darrin Welcome to GC.. I am not sure by any means but it could be Shepherds purse which is a weed where is it growing.?
       
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      • Darrin

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        I’m 80 % sure it’s Ragweed
        Probably came from the bird seed my wife’s been using.
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        • Gail_68

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          Hello @Darrin I've just looked at Ragweed and like yourself i'm swaying in your line of thinking by this pic alone :)

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          Hiya Darrin,

          I think ragweed is a Continental species, fortunately not really found in the UK. I'd suggest it's closely related British species, Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris).
           
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          • Darrin

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            Here’s another picture
             

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              Hi Darrin...this pic looks like yours and the pic's a common Ragweed :)

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