Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Seacowboys, May 31, 2012.
I don't know what it is but the aphids love them.
I will guess and say a Eupatorium species. There are over 800, but very common in your region. Eupatorium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
If you scroll down at that link, the hemp-agrimony looks kind of like what you have pictured. (Yankeeweed) But the hemp-agrimony is probably not it since it's primarily a European plant.
it grows up north and I thought it might be a beach pea
Hrm, I am not familiar with it. Good luck finding out!
Looks possibly like a type of viburnum.
Now that you mention it, that's exactly what I think it is. It's about 4-1/2 ft high now, up to my collarbone. I'll post pictures when it blooms because it is beautiful and smells lovely. It's a hardy weed
Milkweed...don't know why I didn't recognize at first
I don't think so smitty - milkweed have pods at the end of the season but these don't
We'll just call it a zombie weed.
Seems fitting. Hey...we need a ZOMBIE emote. This one isn't gonna cut it, lol.
What you have pictured is definitely a variety of asclepias, for sure. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asclepias
Not all varieties of milkweed produce pods
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