Weeds or wild flowers?

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  1. GardeningFin

    GardeningFin Gardener

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    Hi gardeners,

    I sowed a wild flower mix on some ground I've prepared. I cleared the ground as best I could, but now the seeds are growing, it's hard to tell what's from my seed mix or an I nurturing a weed mix!

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    It's all experimental, the photo is not very clear, but the seedlings are shooting up everywhere. I'm sure most of them are from the wild seed mix - well I hope they are
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    Below are two plant that are shooting up a lot, wondering if anyone know's what they are. They are young, so it's probably tricky to identify.

    Happy gardening on this beautiful spring/summer day!

    Plant ID 1

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    Plant ID 2

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  2. Scrungee

    Scrungee Well known for it

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    2 (&3) Are Bristly Ox tongue, a weed.

    P.S.The plant with the 'strawberry' like leaves is probably Creeping Cinquefoil, a nasty pernicious creeping weed.
     
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    • GardeningFin

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      Thanks @Scrungee - oh dear, I better get weeding!
       
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