What kind of plant is this?

My daughter has this plant... she planted a bunch of seeds, and doesn't know what this is. Thanks in advance!
what kind of plant is this, gardening
what kind of plant is this, gardening
  25 answers
  • Lucy Lucy on Jun 26, 2014
    They look like Iris's but until you have flowers I can't tell
  • Lucy Lucy on Jun 26, 2014
    Also with iris you normally plant bulbs
  • Luis Luis on Jun 26, 2014
    They look like gladiolus to me
  • Joan Joan on Jun 26, 2014
    Looks lie Gladiolas to me. They bloom much later than the irisies.
  • The first pic actually looks like blackberry lilies which have small round black seeds and are related to the Iris. My blackberry lilies are blooming early this year and I have posted pics for you to compare.
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    • @Douglas Hunt I have some still pushing out of the ground from sown seeds last fall or this spring (cannot remember which way). Most of my 4' stalks are blooming. This is about 2-3 weeks. early. usually they happen after most of my daylily are done,.
  • Sharon E. Hines Sharon E. Hines on Jun 26, 2014
    I'd guess irises.
  • Katy Malynn Katy Malynn on Jun 26, 2014
    They're Gladioli, they may not flower this year but give them a chance, I grow mine in a pot till they're big enough to go in the border x
  • Paula Chapman Paula Chapman on Jun 26, 2014
    Looks like Iris Plants
  • Cp C Cp C on Jun 26, 2014
    Quite a perspective on the first pic!! It woulda "thrown" me ;) Sure do favor gladiolias to me!! Maybe you'll get a flower soon!!
  • Barbara R Barbara R on Jun 26, 2014
    Iris and glads look a lot alike, for sure. Irises bloom earlier than gladiolas and Irises are not bulbs, glads are. Neither of them are seeds. Everyone here is correct in saying, "wait until it blooms" to tell...if not this year, then they will bloom next year. Let us know!
  • Pam Park Pam Park on Jun 26, 2014
    whether these are iris or glads, I don't know. However, Iris, glads and daffodils, etc do make seeds which I've gathered and planted... so who knows.
  • Enjb Enjb on Jun 26, 2014
    It looks like it might be a Florida gladiola. They have small hard spherical bulbs that might be confused with a seed. The bulb get larger with age. They get small scarlet blooms on an inflorescence that attract hummingbirds.
  • Tracy Gilmore Tracy Gilmore on Jun 26, 2014
    im hedging my bets on gladioli, too
  • Dianne Blasciuc Dianne Blasciuc on Jun 27, 2014
  • Julie Metzger Julie Metzger on Jun 27, 2014
    Looks more like an Iris, it has a different leave that a gladiola
  • Becca Becca on Sep 01, 2014
    I would agree with glads, but don't forget that daylily leaves grow in a fan shape and some of them are very tall. We have some that are 3 feet or more tall.
  • Bev Carstensen Bev Carstensen on Sep 01, 2014
  • Cp C Cp C on Sep 04, 2014
    Gail... DID U ever get a Bloom???
  • Art477075 Art477075 on Sep 04, 2014
    Bu soglayolruya cevap yardımcı ...
  • Art477075 Art477075 on Sep 04, 2014
    Bu soglayolruya cevap yardımcı ...
  • Nick Carstensen Nick Carstensen on May 03, 2015
    I'm sure it has bloomed by now ,it's a midsummer bloom,it's reg. To Nick carstensen' s iris gardens, It's called, tracy zorann, tb 1963,owned by pinegar, 1999. It crossed with 3 other ,iris, from n.d. Jamestown north Dakota.question: how did it here.??? I have it in Vancouver Washington, from north Dakota..
  • June Ellen Arruda June Ellen Arruda on May 03, 2015
    century plant
  • Denise Denise on Jun 29, 2015
    It looks like a Gladiolus. If it had a tall, vertical stalk of flowers, one under the other, its a Gladiolus. Beautiful, and great for cutting, for indoor flower vases. Lucky you!
  • Lisa Johnson Jackson Lisa Johnson Jackson on Jun 29, 2015
  • Becca Becca on Jun 30, 2015
    Looks like iris to me.
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