Help! :) Does anyone know what type of plant this is?

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I live in New Mexico and this popped up next to my morning glories.
We love it! (......hope it's a not weed! Lol)
....its very tall & has a thick stalk.
.....it may of germinated from a seed that came from our birdseed....not sure?
Any help would be very much appreciated!!
Thanks so much!!!
q help does anyone know what type of plant this is
Help please! Does anyone know what this is??
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  • Dfm Dfm on Jul 13, 2017
    possibly a milo....if it has little itty bitty seeds....milo is a grain common to bird food.

  • Ggunnarson Ggunnarson on Jul 13, 2017
    To me it looks like a bindweed, also known as wild morning glory.

  • Ironhorse68450 Ironhorse68450 on Jul 13, 2017
    I know it's not bind weed --we have it in Nebr..& a horrible weed. ..Over takes everything...has a pretty flower, but that's all. What ever this is ..it looks as tho it's a "good plant!!" Also not milo.

  • Ful20704585 Ful20704585 on Jul 14, 2017
    Download one of the free plant idetification apps onto your phone. Just snap a picture of it and it will identify it for you!

  • Ful20704585 Ful20704585 on Jul 14, 2017
    Download one of the free plant identification apps onto your phone. Take a picture and the app will identify it for you!

    • Becca Shinas-Rehberg Becca Shinas-Rehberg on Jul 14, 2017

       Becca Shinas-Rehberg Santa Fe, NMJust nowThat's the first thing I did and no luck yet.....do you have a specific app in mind by chance? I tried "mygarden answers"thanks so much for taking the time to help me!!! Have a great night!!

  • Becca Shinas-Rehberg Becca Shinas-Rehberg on Jul 14, 2017
    Thank you all so much!! I tried the app right before I found this forum and no luck yet.
    I appreicate all the comments so much!!! Enjoy your weekends everybody!!!smiles!

  • Sue Sue on Jul 14, 2017
    Maybe a passion flower. Google it and you will see the beautiful flower it makes and the story about it. Hopefully I am right.

  • Ronika Ronika on Jul 14, 2017
    I like the clematis that popped up next to my porch, it likes to wrap around everything! I asked a friend who had a degree in greenhousing and plant stuff.

  • Ronika Ronika on Jul 14, 2017
    I meant it looks like my clematis! Lol.

  • Allison Allison on Jul 14, 2017
    If you can wait for it to flower, an ID will be easy. I thought maybe safflower, there is a spineless variety and since you mentions birdseed....Post a pic when it flowers, inquiring minds want to know!