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    Cyburbian wahday's avatar
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    Quote Originally posted by Tom R View post
    And it's Badenov. My bad.
    Yeah, well. I didn't want to kick you when you were down...

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    Another help would be to include a recognizable size reference, such as a banknote, in your plant image.

    Agreed, poison ivy has three shiny, smooth-edged leaflets.

    Mike

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    Could be red alder. But then I'm picking boogers out of my nose this morning, so I really don't know.
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    It's most likely ground elder. I pick them quite often for my green smoothies
    In late spring/early summer they grow a stem with an umbel of small white flowers

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    Pretty sure that's a Giant Sequoia.

    Disclaimer: I don't know plants.
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