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Havre De Grace, MD

I transplanted a tiny plant that survived the winter in an indoor plant pot.
It is in a very small pot but has grown significantly out side this summer. It has never bloomed as yet. The leaves are somewhat thick and waxy feeling. I am considering transplanting into a larger pot but sure would like to know what it is. The lower leaves ( on the side) are a little different but the upper leaves are uniform. Thanks! Pat

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Havre De Grace, MD

I guess I stumped the stars. It is a non descript little plant. gonna put it in a bigger pot and see what happens I guess🤔🙂

Havre De Grace, MD

More of the cleft, three lobe leaves (see leaves I pulled off) are popping up above the center. The leaves have a thick waxy feel but are dull not glossy. I am moving into a larger pot today to see what develops! lovepat

Havre De Grace, MD

Could it be a jasmine? It was originally found in a pot with a large jasmine stephanotis vine…

Dearborn Heights, MI(Zone 6a)


Scott County, KY(Zone 5b)

That reminds me of Rudbeckia triloba, which has the simple and lobed leaf characteristic.

Did you ever see any blooms on it, or other behaviors since September?

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