Please ID this plant

Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by krusky, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. krusky

    krusky Member

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    Thank you in advance
     
  2. TonyR

    TonyR Active Member

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    I suspect Malva or Lavatera, but with leaves only, suspect you won't get much further.
     
  3. nancypetty

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    only know common name button weed and they will take over I see this one has seed pods or buds from pic#2
     
  4. Ron B

    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    In Seattle area, would customarily be Malva neglecta.
     
  5. krusky

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    Thank you all for the replies!
     
  6. kia796

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    Malva, very very invasive.
    It's nice for a couple of years, and then POOF it's sprouting everywhere.

    And after a couple of years, you need a very strong back and a pickaxe to even try to get it out! I'm still fighting it.

    Roundup poster plant!
     
  7. ksmith

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    The plant you have is a hollyhock.
     
  8. kia796

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    Definitely not hollyhock.
     

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