Does anyone know what this is? Flower or weed

q does anyone know what this is flower or weed
  8 answers
  • Cheryl A Cheryl A on Jul 20, 2018
    not sure about this plant here are some places to check it out

    It did identify the right plant but kept saying to change to Western Europe even though I'm nowhere near that location. The information on the app regarding this ...

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  • DD DD on Jul 20, 2018
    It looks like Bottle Brush which is very nice for the butterflies, but is very invasive. I have it in my yard and I am having a hard time removing it it is taking over the planting bed

  • Sharon Sharon on Jul 20, 2018
    Margarite I looked up the best place to contact and get help for the above plant. The place is called: White Flower Farm. 1-800-503-9624 or their store number is 1-860-567-8789. The store is open from 9 am to 5 pm. Address is: 167 Litchfield Rd., Morris, CT 06763. They have a catalog-they have everything. (I'm jealous). If you call the store someone there should be able to help. I wish I could have been a better help.

  • Susan Susan on Jul 20, 2018
    I had a neighbor that had these bottle brush plants in a huge flower pot in the corners of his front yard. In the fall the brushes change colors. It is a perennial and since he planted them in the pots, he had no problem with them spreading in the yard.

  • Janice Peterson Janice Peterson on Jul 21, 2018
    if you don't want it where it is growing that is classic definition of a weed.

  • Tom29776929 Tom29776929 on Jul 21, 2018
    It is a perennial called gooseneck loosestrife. It spreads by it's root and needs to be thinned or it will take over you flower bed. It is good as a ground cover.

  • Jea32478376 Jea32478376 on Jul 21, 2018
    Just to mix things could be a type of pachysandra. Take the leaves and flower to a local plant retailer. My pachysandra in Va. had flowers like that. Different leaves though....good luck!

  • Menunell  Whitten Menunell Whitten on Jul 21, 2018
    Google wild flowers from your state and it should be in there good luck.