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Plant ID? #8307680 06/29/21 01:08 PM
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Anyone know what this is? My pasture is covered in them and have never seen them before.

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Looks a lot like Rosemary, but I’m not a plant person.

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Rosemary.... pull some and get to cooking

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The spent blooms look like a salvia though the foliage is very narrow for typical salvias. My first guess would be a Salvia azurea, second would be Salvia texana. Rosemary does not have bloom spikes, nor does santolina. Any pictures of it with blooms?

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My plant ID app says it is English Lavender or Lavandula Angustifloia. Used for scent for soaps. perfumes, oils etc or cooking

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Looks like Rosemary and that was my first thought when I saw it but does not smell like rosemary.. Unfortunately none are currently in bloom. I'll keep en eye on it but I think Lavender is the winner. Thanks for playing!

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I am not a plant person either but it appears to be similar leaf to Gayfeather/Blazing Star.


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Blazing Star.


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not rosemary


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Originally Posted by stxranchman
I am not a plant person either but it appears to be similar leaf to Gayfeather/Blazing Star.

STX for the win. Gayfeather. We're covered up in it. Beautiful long purple flowers when it blooms in a couple of months. Desirable for pollinators. My Wife cuts it and uses it in flower arrangements.

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Dang my plant ID ap didnt work on a computer picture.... confused2

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Originally Posted by Erathkid
Originally Posted by stxranchman
I am not a plant person either but it appears to be similar leaf to Gayfeather/Blazing Star.

STX for the win. Gayfeather. We're covered up in it. Beautiful long purple flowers when it blooms in a couple of months. Desirable for pollinators. My Wife cuts it and uses it in flower arrangements.



well, Holy s.... Thats what it is! Mystery solved!! Thanks all!!

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cheers for STX


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Sorry I can't help.


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