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  1. SvenLittkowski

    SvenLittkowski Gardener

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    Please assist me to identify these possible weeds or good plants.

    #1 grows just beside my Hoya, which I got from the Blue Mountains.
    #2 is called "Running Flower" or "Run Flower" here in Jamaica, but I don't know the botanical name. It climbs, I believe.
    #3: the plant with the lighter stripe in the middle of the leaves.
    #4 & #5: the plant besides the parsley is, what I want to identify.

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    #2 had a hard time in a car heated by the sun, so the green went away...
     

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    number 1 looks a bit like Lysimachia nummularia or Creeping Jenny
     
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    I'd agree with Creeping Jenny for no.1 :thumb:
     
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    • SvenLittkowski

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      Thanks a lot! And 2 to 5? Any ideas?
       
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    • SvenLittkowski

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      Thanks again! 2 is identified.
      1: I am not sure if it is a Lysimachia nummularia - leaves kinda different. Can we get more opinions?
      3 and 4/5 still need to be identified.
       
    • SvenLittkowski

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      Hi, anyone having an idea about photos 3, 4 and 5?
       
    • SvenLittkowski

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      Thanks. Sure with Willow herb? I mean the one with the lighter stripe in the middle of the leaves.

      Also, is it sure about the Running Jenny? The leaves are rounder on my plant, and at each connection between stem and two leaves, there are tiny roots.
       
    • Silver surfer

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      Sorry I cannot help with ids for any of your pics.

      1. Does not look correct for Lysimachia nummularia.
      Notice how one pair of leaves are at 90 degrees to the next pair in Svens pic.
      In Lysimachia nummularia the leaves are all on the same plane. See link...

      Google Images
       
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      Could the herb in pic 4 be tarragon?
      I thought I saw a willowherb seedling somewhere, too.
       
    • SvenLittkowski

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      Well, Tarragon could be possible, it was among the seeds I put a long time before into that soil. Maybe it finally decided to germinate and grow. Would be great!

      Sure this is Tarragon?
       
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