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Plant Identification: weedling or seedling?

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LakeLivingRos
SeaTac, WA
(Zone 8a)

April 28, 2014
2:34 PM

Post #9824388

I am in the PNW zone 8 greater Seattle area. I have a bunch of sprouts that I do not know what they are or if I should pull them. Pictures 1-3 are in very shaded area of my garden. The last picture is in a full sun location. I noticed all the sprouts in the beginning of April and have been trying to wait to determine if I can figure out what they are to know if I should let them grow or pull them fast!

I can take more pictures if these do not do justice. I have not seen these sprouts before.

Any advice/ID greatly appreciated!

Thank you!

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LakeLivingRos
SeaTac, WA
(Zone 8a)

April 28, 2014
2:36 PM

Post #9824391

In the 3rd picture I am referring to the sprout to the left of the Japanese painted fern! I realized my 3rd photo may be a little confusing.. sorry!
yadavgard
Vashon, WA
(Zone 8a)

April 28, 2014
2:49 PM

Post #9824409

Are you referring to the same seedling in pictures 1, 2 & 3?
Looks like an Indian Plum to me. Are they leaves lime green in color?

LakeLivingRos
SeaTac, WA
(Zone 8a)

April 28, 2014
3:56 PM

Post #9824500

yadavgard, yes the same seedling in 1,2,3! Well, there are two seedlings that look different, in the close up in #1 & 2, both a chartreuse/lime green color.

The seedling in picture #4 is different.

fixpix
Oradea
Romania

April 28, 2014
10:40 PM

Post #9824832

Oh well, to me in pic 1-2 the left seedling looks a lot like the apricot saplings I have seen.
A close-up would help.
Not sure you have fruiting trees around.
And in pic 4 definitely a chestnut.
suse
Bretten
Germany

April 29, 2014
1:20 AM

Post #9824850

#4 seems to be Aesculus hippocastanum, not Castanea.
#3 The plant between the two ferns looks like Ranunculus, maybe R. aconitifolius or maybe Astrantia sp.
But Looks very similar like a Geranium, too.

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