Can anyone identify this plant?


#41

My ginger looks like this.

There are quite a few plants that look like yours.


#42

Hmmmmm…mine are smaller leaves but similar. Only reason I say ginger or turmeric is I planted both near here and thought they were unsuccessful. I filled the ground recently and these came up. I would be very pleased if it we’re one of them.


#43

@dutch-s
Looks like turmeric


#44

If they are just now coming up, they are kind of out of sink with the seasons
May be best to dig up and bring inside for the winter ?


#45

Another weird plant I’ve never seen. Big thorns on the leaves? Weird…and a fruit.


#46

It it definitely some type of solanum, looks meaner than the ones we have here. Maybe this one…


#47

Damn. Definitely the Tropicla Soda. I’m going to poison them. Says it very invasive. Thanks HB…


#48

Any flower people can identify?


#49

looks like a saucer magnolia to me.

Scott


#50

Definitely magnolia


#51

Can someone identify this wild plant please.


#52

Greenbriar.


#53

Thanks.it’s edible, right?


#54

This is the dish my friend made


#55

Have you checked out the Plants For A Future website? They have a long list of Smilax species with a range of edibility ratings.


#56

Thanks for the info.I will check


#57

I don’t think you want to eat it unless you want a mouthful of thorns. Don;t know the name but they are nasty and a real pain to get rid of.


#58

The tender new growth on greenbrier is very tasty , and good.
I love nibbleing on them


#59

I agree, but at the same time I have spent two years killing it and pulling it up by the roots with my hands.


#60

Perennial weeds