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    Not my little plants but I would be curious if anyone has any ideas as to what this is?


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    IS it carnivorous? If not I will say "spider plant" not sure what the real name is though (scientific). That is the un-varigated version.

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    A weed?

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    looks like crabgrass to me.
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    it does odly look like a spiderplant.

    thanks

    Brad
    thanks for you imput

    Brad

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    hard to tell for sure, but i think i have the same thing growing in some of my pots, likely a hitchhiker from plants i've bought over the years. not sure what it is yet, since i have yet to see one bloom.

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    hmmm looks like a Dianthus to me. Let it grow to see if it flowers.

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    A dianthus would not be happy in that medium, I think. They like a slightly alkaline soil, PH around 6-6.5. It almost looks like a baby rosemary plant.
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