Some forest plants (1)

Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by Corni, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. Corni

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    Hello everyone,

    Because of their number, I had to divide the mystery plants in two bunches.

    Identified so far:

    (1 - 3) 1. Hylotelephium (Sedum) telephium subsp. maximum
    (4, 5) 2. Hieracium flagellare
    (6, 7) 3. Pulmonaria officinalis
    (8, 9) 4. Gnaphalium uliginosum
    (10) 5. Tanacetum corymbosum
    (11) 6. Euphorbia amygdaloides
    (12) 7. Clematis vitalba
    (13, 14) 8. Echinops sphaerocephalus
     

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    Silver surfer Generous Contributor 10 Years

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    Tyrlych Rising Contributor 10 Years

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    1-3 -- Sedum sp.
    8,9 -- Gnaphalium uliginosum
    12 -- Clematis
    13 -- perhaps Echinops
     
  4. thanrose

    thanrose Active Member 10 Years

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    #14 is probably bull thistle or Cirsium vulgare. Based on one leaf, first year rosette, and a nearby seed fluff. We call it Rattlesnake Master.

    #11 I'm assuming you mean the plant dead center in the pic just before the clematis pic. Yours is not a common shrub from my area but if I came across it here, I would believe it to be Myrica cerifera by the growth of the young plant. Myrica cerifera has more irregular leaf shapes and a spicy scent. Even though I know that's not the right ID, I believe we are looking at a very young tree or shrub rather than an herbaceous plant.
     
  5. Corni

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    Thank you all very much.
     
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