Pacific Coast Gardening forum: help me identify this plant which grew voluntarily

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nhraven
Aug 16, 2017 10:09 AM CST
Hi experts ;-)

So I allowed this thing to grew in my backyard, till got so huge that was taking all the sun from my other plants. Today I cut it and this is picture of it. Have no idea what that is, any one?
Thanks. Nell
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wcgypsy
Aug 16, 2017 12:50 PM CST
It's not immediately familiar to me, may be to someone else...but you may have an answer sooner if you post it over in the Plant ID forum...lots of smart people there...lol..

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krobra
Aug 16, 2017 1:04 PM CST
pokeweed

birds eat the berries and drop them everywhere , especially along fence lines , bushes and trees

Pokeweed (Phytolacca americana)



if you are trying to get rid of them , they can grow large tubers underground that will most likely need to be dug up ,
pulling the up or breaking them off at the soil is usually just a temporary fix , they most likely will keep growing back.
and if you dig them up , birds usually just plant more in other spots if not the same.
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nhraven
Aug 16, 2017 1:57 PM CST
Thank you guys, I see, I will have to dig that up then...o well ;-))

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