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I need some help identifying this plant (or weed); can anyone help me please
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  • Rose Rose on May 25, 2017
    Hi Cindy, it looks like mirabilis jalapa; this is a plant giving lovely little flowers that open only in the evening and the night. Their smell is just extraordinary. I once planted that in my garden but when I found out they only opened at night, I took them away but it still came back again for a couple of years. Now I regret I did it because their smell was so delicious...
  • Mfbandit769 Mfbandit769 on May 25, 2017
    Those are not weeds. They look exactly like Four O'Clocks. They are great old fashioned flowers that are very easy to grow. If they start setting flower buds, you'll know for sure. Google them.
  • Tel18160516 Tel18160516 on May 25, 2017
    They are 4 o'clocks. They bloom in the evening around 4 o'clock
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on May 25, 2017
    Agreed on the four o' clocks
  • Betsy Wilson Betsy Wilson on May 25, 2017
    Love these, miss mine at other house, will buy more! They were there when we bought the house, but when I transplanted them, the colors mixed. I had red, yellow and wnite. Ended up with orange striped ones and other combos!
  • Cindy Thompson Cindy Thompson on May 25, 2017
    Thank you everbody. I kind of had it down to two, 4 o'clock or morning glory. I love these flowers, my grandmother had these. Thank you again.
    • Ironhorse68450 Ironhorse68450 on May 25, 2017
      Oh YES!!...their scent is so wonderful....(wish someone would make a perfume!!!) They seed themselves.....just make sure you cover the seeds with soil.
  • B. Enne B. Enne on May 25, 2017
    That's a new one for me. I will have to check it out!
  • Lori Lori on May 25, 2017
    Oh! I was thinking that they look like zenna's
  • Lamar Havard Lamar Havard on May 26, 2017
    ..They are 4 o'clocks...put them where you don't need to do anything else with the area, because they will be everywhere next year. Every flower you see will be a seed that is 99% sure to grow into another plant.
  • Danielle Odin Danielle Odin on May 26, 2017
    Those look like 4 o'clocks because they bloom in the late afternoon , just before sundown. They are easy to grow and do not need a lot of care.
  • Vicky Vicky on May 26, 2017
    4 o'clocks yellow or dark pink in color have seen some with mixed colored flower too
  • Peggy Beckerdite Peggy Beckerdite on May 26, 2017
    I live in the high desert of Northeastern California. I have tried planting 4 o'clocks and they just won't grow here. I always thought they would grow anywhere. I was very disappointed.