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    I love whatever this is, but don't know if it is a weed or a tree/bush. Found it in the woods on the property growing as a sucker from a stump in the ground. Never seen anything like it before. Does anyone have any clues as to what it is? I live in South Carolina, northwest corner.






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    I like it too, but I haven't a clue.* Maybe you could ask these folks.* I'd love to know what they tell you.
    http://forums2.gardenweb.com/forums/namegal/

    Newt

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    [align=left]cor!* i never find anything like that!* it looks wonderful![/align]
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    [align=left]please check up and tell us all![/align]
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    [align=left]sama[/align]

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    I have posted this 2 times at the above link you suggested and no one knows!!! Arghhh, and I really like it alot!! I have, though found some more, and it was not growing as a sucker out of a stump as I first suspected, but as a sapling in the woods. I have broke my neck looking overhead and the canopy just wont allow for any identification. It is the only spot in the woods where I have seen it. I have now 4 little sapplings in pots. When I get over to Clemson, I will bring one with me. I will let you know when I know.

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    It reminds me of an immature version of the one you posted that you thought was a horthorne.* Try this site for UBC Botanical Gardens.
    http://www.ubcbotanicalgarden.org/fo...splay.php?f=38

    Here's their main page.* Add where you live when you register as this site is in Canada.
    http://www.ubcbotanicalgarden.org/fo...ffb27b3a8f929&

    Newt

  6. #6
    Okay y'all...lets just say Weedwoman ROCKS!

    The plant is a Baptisia Leucantha (White Indigo)

    Like a needle in a haystack figuring that one out. I feel like I could carry the whole world on my shoulders now, that was bugging me so much because I like the plant so much...

    :) :) :) :) :)

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    [align=left]forgive my british ignorance, but weedwoman?* who dat?[/align]
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    [align=left]sama[/align]

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    She*is someone who identified my plant - that is her username.

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    Wow, that's great news.* Great native plant.* I should have known what it is as the indigo blue one grows in my garden.* They are difficult to transplant when they get some age as they have a deep taproot.* Plant it where you want it to stay.* Once it blooms you'll get some really neat black seed pods and can plant them where you would like to see them growing.

    I'm sooo glad you got the id help.
    Newt

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    *

    Great article about Baptisia.

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    http://www.plantdel.com/Tony/baptisia.html

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