Please identify this plant for me


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q please identify this plant for me
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  • OceeB OceeB on Jul 22, 2018


    Could it be English Yew? Does it feel like a shrub?

    • Alice Alice on Jul 23, 2018
      It feels like almost like a fern. I'll Google English Yew and compare. Thank you, OceeB!!
  • Ann Ann on Jul 23, 2018
    It looks like something in the carrot family, such as parsnip, angellica, wild carrot, sweet cicily, or wild carrot or biscuitroot. There is a chance it is Poison Hemlock.

    Before you freak out, look at the stem. If it has tiny hairs it is safe. If it is hairless, smooth and has purple blotches, remove it using gloves or a shovel. Wrap it in something and toss it in the trash. The purple blotches and lack of hairs are the best way to identify PH. PH will also grow to be several feet tall, but many others will as well. There are differences in the leaf pattern, but I can't describe it.

    If it's a volunteer, and you like it, keep it. These are mostly all bi-ennials. This looks like the first year's growth. The first year these grow low to the ground. In the second they spring up and produce flowers.
    • Alice Alice on Jul 23, 2018
      Too late. I already kind of freaked out - just a little LOL! Clearly I need to look closer and try and identify it following your suggestions. Thank you so much, Ann!
  • Gabrielle Falk Gabrielle Falk on Jul 23, 2018
    Best bet, would be to go to the local nursery, with a photo.
  • Nancy Nancy on Jul 23, 2018

    Spruce tree

  • Alice Alice on Jul 23, 2018
    Oh! It should probably not be a pot then. Thank you, Nancy!
  • Kelly-n-Tony Kelly-n-Tony on Jul 23, 2018

    If you have a cell phone there is an app you can put on it PLANT IDENTIFIER to snap a photo of the plant and it suggests what it is. I love using it!

  • Alice Alice on Jul 23, 2018
    Wow! Thank you, Kelly-n-Tony! I had no idea.
  • Bobbie Bach Bobbie Bach on Jul 23, 2018

    Looks like a juniper bush/shrub.