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Old 06-30-2019, 08:34 PM   #1
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Just wondering what this plant is. From the feel of the stem, it's a weed, but I want to make sure because it's come across the border from my neighbor's garden.Name:  20190630_203242.jpg
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Looks like yellow loosestrife to me. It's only a "weed" if it's growing where it isn't wanted.
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Yup, I thought it was a loosestrife. Counted beetle eggs on purple loosestrife as part of a program to eradicate it from wetlands in northern MA.

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