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Tall columnar herbaceous plant w/large leathery oval leaves

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HARAD01
HARAD01
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Texas
Found growing a little walk from the roadside in dry, sandy soil on Route 40/66 about an hour across the border into Texas past Glenrio. Climate arid/sub-desert, full sun location

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Tall upright columnar herbaceous plant w/large leathery oval leaves growing in a rosette pattern from base to top of plant. Large green pods between each set of leaves
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Leaves arranged in rosette pattern

Leaves arranged in rosette pattern


Tall columnar herbaceous plant w/large leathery oval leaves

Tall columnar herbaceous plant w/large leathery oval leaves


Tall columnar herbaceous plant w/large leathery oval leaves

Tall columnar herbaceous plant w/large leathery oval leaves
Grows in clusters or perhaps offshoots off main plant

Comment: Tall columnar herbaceous plant w/large leathery oval leaves

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gardengeek
gardengeek

Could it be Brussels Sprouts?
September 24, 2011
01:22:41
HARAD01
HARAD01

Hmmm..., there are some major differences between the Dalmation Toadflax and this plant, although some pictures look a bit similar. Leaves are sturdy, firm, leathery large and round rather than thin and pointed. Growth habit of leaves is a rosette around the stem top to bottom. No snapdragon-like flowerheads or buds were evident at the top of the plant; a striking feature were the pod-like growths between almost every set of rosettes (which were so tightly growing around the stem that you could not see it), some as big as a fist but not appearing to bud. The toadflax is noted as an invasive plant, but there were very few of these around and the growth habit was neat. I think we'll have to keep looking!
September 23, 2011
19:36:12
gardengeek
gardengeek



Linaria genistifolia
Plantaginaceae
  Dalmatian Toadflax Dalmatian Toadflax
Dalmatian Toadflax
Plantaginaceae Moved from the Scrophulariaceae (Foxglove family) into the Plantaginaceae family. AKA: Broomleaf Toadflax Spiney Scaley Pointed Leaf Plant perennial weed Leaves have a wed

September 23, 2011
16:11:43
gardengeek
gardengeek

Looks like Dalmatian Toadflax
September 23, 2011
16:10:27

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