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crowdec
Chester, VA

September 11, 2008
12:41 PM

Post #5537673

What is this plant? Some stalks are tall and lankey looking and the other stalks are curvey and wind around the base of the plant. I really like it, but are all the stalks supposed to be tall?

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carrielamont

carrielamont
Milton, MA
(Zone 6a)

September 11, 2008
5:10 PM

Post #5538868

Try the plant ID forum, which is open to non-subscribers; I'm sure they'll be able to ID it for you in no time. From up here (near Boston), it looks to me like a house plant, but I'm sure I could be wrong. Post it over on the ID forum for your answer!
http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/f/plantid/all/
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