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Re: Picardo Yahoo Group Poison Hemlock at Picardo

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  • beargrass@riseup.net
    The seeds of this getting loose in the garden would be very very dangerous because the sprouts could potentially look like parsley, or cilantro, or carrot...
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 10, 2010
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      The seeds of this getting loose in the garden would be very very dangerous
      because the sprouts could potentially look like parsley, or cilantro, or
      carrot...

      > Hi Folks,
      >
      > There is a VERY large specimen Poison Hemlock plant on the south wall at
      > the garden in full bloom. We will be removing this immediately but I
      > wanted to share with you that this plant has been making an appearance at
      > the garden for the last three years in various places. Please everyone be
      > on the lookout for it. I have uploaded four photos of the plant for you to
      > look at so you can identify one when you see it. It belongs to the carrot
      > family so it has an umbel shaped white flower like wild carrot (Queen
      > Anne's Lace). It can be eight feet tall in maturity, has purple splotching
      > along the stems, really noticeable on the main stem, and lacy divided
      > leaves. If you see it please remove it and take it home to yard waste or
      > your garbage. WEAR GLOVES.
      >
      > Laura
      >
      >
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