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  1. Jul 14, 2017
    Finding God in the garden

    Finding God in the garden Sprout

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    hey everyone,

    I'm trying to figure out what this weed is. Each of the little leaflets is only about 1/8" in diameter. They have a fairly dark brown thin stem. It grows really slow upwards but maintains is pretty dense in this area of my yard.

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  2. Jul 14, 2017
    so lucky

    so lucky Garden Master

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    No, doesn't look like anything I know. Could it be a planted ground cover that went rogue?
    Welcome, by the way. :frow
     
  3. Jul 15, 2017
    Finding God in the garden

    Finding God in the garden Sprout

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    I do
    I don't know. As far as I know our property was used as pasture prior to us buying it a little over a year ago and we haven't planted anything like that.
     
  4. Jul 15, 2017
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    It may be Wirevine.
    We used to sell it as a container stuffer when I worked at a nursery.
    Does it look like this? The botanical name is Muehlenbeckia.

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  5. Jul 15, 2017
    Nyboy

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    Welcome :welcome
     
  6. Jul 16, 2017
    Finding God in the garden

    Finding God in the garden Sprout

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    It could be that potentially. The leaf size is pretty similar. The pictures I saw on google appear to be more like a small bush than a flat creeping groundcover which is what it seems like my pictures plant is. Maybe just different varieties though.

    Andrew
     
  7. Jul 16, 2017
    thistlebloom

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    Beekissed Garden Master

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    Could be wild strawberries...ever get little red berries on it?

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  9. Jul 16, 2017
    baymule

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    I don't know what it is, but welcome to the forum!
     
  10. Jul 17, 2017
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    :welcome Maybe creeping thyme.
     

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