Message 2 - more pics

Asked May 27, 2018, 9:07 PM EDT

Message 2 - more pics

Montgomery County Maryland black walnut tree tulip poplar seedling flowers: annuals and herbaceous perennials plant identifiction

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The first looks like a desirable perennial flower, but we're uncertain which one (many have similar leaves.) We recommend that you let it grow and send us a photo of the flower when it blooms for a positive identification.

The second is the seedling of a tulip poplar tree. This is a good, native tree--very large.

The third looks like a black walnut tree. Black walnut trees are native and good for wildlife, but their roots have a toxin (juglone) which can kill many plants near the tree. If you plan to grow other plants in the vicinity, you'll probably want to dig up this one.

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