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Rex L Mann
Rex L Mann
Richmond, TX US
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Looks like it's in the Lily family. Individual basal stemmed leaves. Leaves "spade" shaped. Not in bloom, but still had bud bases on a few stems. Growing along sandbar of Brazos River, Fort Bend County, Texas

x x 16" - 17"

Single stemmed, 5 ft. tall, whorled leaf arrangement, lanceolate leaf with tiny "teeth" along margin, flower branching (umbel-like) begins at 3 ft., tiny white flowers, appear to be opening soon, but after several days of observation none seen, however, a few flowers at terminus show petals dropped and sepals dried.

1/16 " x 1/8 " 10 " x 5 ft.

Single yellow flower on stem. Petals 6-8 per bloom. Yellow stamens/anthers. Leaves cordate margin dentate, alternate. Growing in open sun pasture.

2"-3" x 12"24" x 12"-18"

Low growing succulent. Tiny white flowers. In open sun pasture. Stems ribbed, reddish. Blooms terminal, drooping spike.

x 12"-18" x 6"-8"

Large shrug, growing in open sun at the edge of the woods. Large leathery-fuzzy leaves. Several plants growing in hedge.

not in bloom x n/a 4 - 6 ft x 4-8 ft.

Low growing plant with shrimp-colored/orange flowers. Five petals. Opposite paired leaves. Growing in untended flowerbed. Bloomed in April and May.

1/4 - 3/8 inch x 6-10 inches x 4 - 5 inches

Carrot family (Apiaceae) possibly a variety of Queen Anne's Lace. Seen in woods along Brazos River and at local landscape business, Fort Bend County. (They didn't know what it was) Woody trunk, red/purple herbaceous stems. Leaves paired opposite, ovate, serrated, pinnately veined. Small green seed pods form after flower declines.

6-10" x 3-4" Large shrub. Up to 5-6 ft wide. x 6-8 ft.+

pale green clover type leaves, (trifoliate), pink 5 petal flowers, grows in lawn along fence

3cm x n/a 8"-12" x 3"-4"

Pea family: early spring, in residential yard, purple zygomorphic flowers, typical pea leaf arrangement, alternate oblong along the "leaf stem". "leaf stems" alternate. Tendrils from ends of ea. leaf pin. Grows prostrate.

.5-.75 cm x n/a prostrate, 10"-12" x n/a

A mint (square stem) grows profusely late March - April. Has tiny spines that make it feel sticky when pulled up. 5-8 whorled leaves, ea. set progressively farther apart up stem. No flowers visible at time of collection. Annual as it always occurs in same area of yard ea. year. Grows prostrate and spreading.

n/a x n/a as much as 18", normally 8"-12" x prostrate
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Bloom Color:   Bloom Dimensions: x   Plant Dimensions: x 16" - 17"

Looks like it's in the Lily family. Individual basal stemmed leaves. Leaves "spade" shaped. Not in bloom, but still had bud bases on a few stems. Growing along sandbar of Brazos River, Fort Bend County, Texas

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Bloom Color:   Bloom Dimensions: 1/16 " x 1/8 "   Plant Dimensions: 10 " x 5 ft.

Single stemmed, 5 ft. tall, whorled leaf arrangement, lanceolate leaf with tiny "teeth" along margin, flower branching (umbel-like) begins at 3 ft., tiny white flowers, appear to be opening soon, but after several days of observation none seen, however, a few flowers at terminus show petals dropped and sepals dried.

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Bloom Color:   Bloom Dimensions: 2"-3" x   Plant Dimensions: 12"24" x 12"-18"

Single yellow flower on stem. Petals 6-8 per bloom. Yellow stamens/anthers. Leaves cordate margin dentate, alternate. Growing in open sun pasture.

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Bloom Color:   Bloom Dimensions: x   Plant Dimensions: 12"-18" x 6"-8"

Low growing succulent. Tiny white flowers. In open sun pasture. Stems ribbed, reddish. Blooms terminal, drooping spike.

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Bloom Color:   Bloom Dimensions: not in bloom x n/a   Plant Dimensions: 4 - 6 ft x 4-8 ft.

Large shrug, growing in open sun at the edge of the woods. Large leathery-fuzzy leaves. Several plants growing in hedge.

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Bloom Color:   Bloom Dimensions: 1/4 - 3/8 inch x   Plant Dimensions: 6-10 inches x 4 - 5 inches

Low growing plant with shrimp-colored/orange flowers. Five petals. Opposite paired leaves. Growing in untended flowerbed. Bloomed in April and May.

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Bloom Color:   Bloom Dimensions: 6-10" x 3-4"   Plant Dimensions: Large shrub. Up to 5-6 ft wide. x 6-8 ft.+

Carrot family (Apiaceae) possibly a variety of Queen Anne's Lace. Seen in woods along Brazos River and at local landscape business, Fort Bend County. (They didn't know what it was) Woody trunk, red/purple herbaceous stems. Leaves paired opposite, ovate, serrated, pinnately veined. Small green seed pods form after flower declines.

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Bloom Color:   Bloom Dimensions: 3cm x n/a   Plant Dimensions: 8"-12" x 3"-4"

pale green clover type leaves, (trifoliate), pink 5 petal flowers, grows in lawn along fence

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Bloom Color:   Bloom Dimensions: .5-.75 cm x n/a   Plant Dimensions: prostrate, 10"-12" x n/a

Pea family: early spring, in residential yard, purple zygomorphic flowers, typical pea leaf arrangement, alternate oblong along the "leaf stem". "leaf stems" alternate. Tendrils from ends of ea. leaf pin. Grows prostrate.

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Bloom Color:   Bloom Dimensions: n/a x n/a   Plant Dimensions: as much as 18", normally 8"-12" x prostrate

A mint (square stem) grows profusely late March - April. Has tiny spines that make it feel sticky when pulled up. 5-8 whorled leaves, ea. set progressively farther apart up stem. No flowers visible at time of collection. Annual as it always occurs in same area of yard ea. year. Grows prostrate and spreading.

Unidentified Plant Identified As Notes
Plant Detail Elderberry

Plant Detail Spiny Chloracantha

Chloracantha spinosa, Family Aster

Plant Detail Mountain Pink

Centaurium beyrichii, Family Gentian

Plant Detail Elderberry

Sambucus canadensis, Capriolaceae, Honeysuckle Family

Plant Detail Buffalobur Nightshade

Appears to be buffalo bur, Solanum rostratum, Solanaceae family

Plant Detail Crested Pricklypoppy

Argemone polyanthemos

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Chloracantha spinosa, Family Aster

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Centaurium beyrichii, Family Gentian

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Sambucus canadensis, Capriolaceae, Honeysuckle Family

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Appears to be buffalo bur, Solanum rostratum, Solanaceae family

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Argemone polyanthemos

Unidentified Plant Identified As Agreed Identification Notes
104 Red Mulberry No

93 Honeyvine Yes

http://ozarkedgewildflowers.com/climbing-milkweed-matelea-decipiens/

103 Scarlet Pimpernel Yes

I believe this may be Anagallis arvensis a.k.a. Scarlet Pimpernel

104 Laurel Sassafras No

30 Redstem Stork's Bill Yes