The Q&A Archives: Plant Started from Seed

Question: I have a plant that started by seed and not sure what it is have been searching to find out what it may be.

Answer: Probably the easiest way to find out what your plant might be is to look in the nurseries for something with the same leaf shape and color. Or you can compare flowers with similar plants in the nursery or garden center. When your plant gets bigger you can even take the entire plant (providing it is in a pot) to your local garden center for help in identification. Good luck in your search!

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