Thank you for the afternoon visit to San Francisco! I can't afford to get on a plane & go there myself, so your pictures truly provided a "window to the world" for me & brightened my afternoon. Thanks again!!!
If that were coming up in my garden, I would think it was a stinging nettle. But you're not in a zone 4 upper midwest area, so I have no idea.Thanks for the info on Iceland in the previous post.
Your both welcome, and thanks for coming by!I'll keep an eye on that volunteer and post when I have it ID'd.
Ahem, *You're* both welcome.Sheesh.
blackberry? We get wild blackberry vines here in western OR-they look like this when very young, a week later they are pulling the shingles off your roof.
Mmm...That could be! I hadn't thought of blackberry. We have a lot of blackberry around here, and plenty of birds to move it around. As far as I know, it's the invasive Himalayan variety that does the most damage. The native one isn't supposed to be as bad. But I don't know. We shall see.
I went down and looked more closely...I think it is blackberry. The little stem has light thorns. Thanks, anonymous!
Actually, now, several months later... I think this is small nettle. Urtica urens.
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