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Old July 4, 2010   #1
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Default **HELP** What are these???

Looked at an empty parcel for sale and these are all over it. About 10-12 feet tall with purple flowers.


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Old July 4, 2010   #2
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I dont know but I want some. way cool.

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wife says more like 15 feet tall
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Looks like Echium sp., could be self sown Echium pininiana.
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Looks like Echium sp., could be self sown Echium pininiana.
Looks like your right and they are invasive, got enough of that stuff already.

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Looks like something outtta Jurassic Park - what is that peeping back there?
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What zone were they growing in?
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Those plants are amazing.....things like these catch my eye....
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YUCK! They look like BIG weeds, lol!
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Did they eat the fence?
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Look like giant green Q-Tips.
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