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what is this

comments (2) August 14th, 2013 in gallery
wandalee22 wandalee22, member
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This is growing in Southern Ontario behind the shed. Have no idea what kind of plant it is....new house just moved in so no knowledge of outdoor plants.



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Heycorrie writes: Persicaria maculosa. Weed. Don't let it bloom/make seeds or you'll have lots more next year. Posted: 6:38 am on August 20th
tntreeman writes: looks like Persicaria to me , i don't know the variety, i grow Red Dragon here . it's a cool plant whatever it is . some can be invasive or at the very least "rampant" . if not persicaria i'm sure someone here will know it and i would be happy to know exactly what it is Posted: 7:49 pm on August 14th
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