Plant/Flower ID

Discussion in 'General Gardening' started by Eddy Honey, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. Eddy Honey

    Eddy Honey New Member

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    This seems to be everywhere right now.
     

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    Slowmodem New Member

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  3. JUDELT

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    yes, as small as the flowers are, the bees are all over it!
     
  4. Zulu

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    Yep Henbit which is a mild mint and fully edible too! Lamium family

    Grows all over
     
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    Henbit. The time to treat for this is in the fall, at least around here. It will choke out a lawn.
     
  6. efmesch

    efmesch Active Member

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    Can't say anything about Henbit, but it certainly looks like the Lamium amplexicaule (family: Labiatae) growing all over my yard.