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oak shaped leaves, mystery plant

comments (4) April 10th, 2010 in gallery
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This plant grows from rhizomes, spreads by underground runners and grows to 10 feet tall or so.  The fence in the second photo is 5 feet tall.  Any ideas?



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Comments (4)

Gardempixie writes: Its oakleaf Hydrangea Posted: 11:24 pm on November 12th
2009now writes: looks like a mulberrie bush t'me! Posted: 10:28 am on August 1st
DOUBLE writes: Yes! That's it! Thank you Linneaz! Posted: 12:22 pm on April 12th
Linneaz writes: Macleaya cordata, possibly recently renamed bocconia cordata. In the poppy family, generally grown for its foliage. Posted: 5:03 pm on April 11th
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