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APK starts with ...
Hi. Is anyone able to identify this plant- found it growing in the garden. It had a bean like seed shell attached to it during germination.

Thanks.
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi APK

It's extremely difficult to identify a plant without a picture. Kindly upload one please or if you have done so in another thread what's the title of that thread?

HAPPY gardening :-)
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apk says...
Hi,
Sorry not sure why the picture didn't upload. Another attempt to upload.
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denise1 says...
You may have a Pseudopanax hybrid which are widely variable. Pseudopanax lessonii x P. crassifolia. They occur naturally and locally common in coastal new zealand forest. Good forms can be grown by cuttings. They are carried by most nz nurseries and probably some ozzie nurseries.
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Pademelon1 says...
Do you have a picture that is less blurry and one that includes the bean-like shell? While the leaves are reasonably distinctive, I can't identify it.

Perhaps an oak of some sort? (Quercus sp.)
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi APK

It's still too young to tell.

Happy gardening :-)
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apk says...
Hi..thanks everyone for your response. I had a look at Pseudopanax hybrid plant online and it does have resemblance. Sorry I did not take any pictures while it was germinating.

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