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Name: Catmint/Robin
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Catmint20906
Jul 18, 2015 6:46 AM CST
okay, my last one (for now), I promise! So sorry to have so many at once. *Blush* I've looked and looked at this one. At first I thought it was just part of the hydrangea, but I think it is separate and a little different. I wonder if it is a tree of some kind that seeded in the hydrangea? I know I get a lot of Rose of Sharon seeding in that area from a neighbor's tree. Does it look like it might be ROS? or something else? Or am I crazy, and it's just a part of the hydrangea?



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Name: Rob
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plantrob
Jul 18, 2015 7:11 AM CST
Another mulberry - bird-delivered, no doubt Sticking tongue out
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Name: Catmint/Robin
Maryland (Zone 7a)
Region: Mid-Atlantic Butterflies Forum moderator Native Plants and Wildflowers Bee Lover Echinacea
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Catmint20906
Jul 18, 2015 7:15 AM CST
It's a mulberry?? Hurray! I've been wanting one of those! Thank You!
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Name: Lin
Florida (Zone 9b)
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plantladylin
Jul 18, 2015 7:19 AM CST
I agree, Mulberry, I think both Morus rubra and Morus alba are both common in the eastern U.S.
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Name: Catmint/Robin
Maryland (Zone 7a)
Region: Mid-Atlantic Butterflies Forum moderator Native Plants and Wildflowers Bee Lover Echinacea
Region: Maryland Garden Photography Cottage Gardener Garden Ideas: Master Level Celebrating Gardening: 2015 The WITWIT Badge
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Catmint20906
Jul 18, 2015 7:36 AM CST
Yes and my neighbor has m rubra! Lovely berries earlier in the season. I've been hoping for a reseed from it. Think it needs a different spot though! nodding either that or move my hydrangea? This is a somewhat shady spot and the hydrangea has done well there.
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bamira
Jul 18, 2015 7:47 AM CST
It will be the Morus, teh has those notch (irregular) on the leaves I tip my hat to you.
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Name: Catmint/Robin
Maryland (Zone 7a)
Region: Mid-Atlantic Butterflies Forum moderator Native Plants and Wildflowers Bee Lover Echinacea
Region: Maryland Garden Photography Cottage Gardener Garden Ideas: Master Level Celebrating Gardening: 2015 The WITWIT Badge
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Catmint20906
Jul 18, 2015 7:53 AM CST
thanks, Stefan! Thumbs up
So happy to have one.
Now I just have to figure out what to move where!!
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