- Aug 25, 2019
- Location (City and/or State)
- Western Canada
Yes. Just the other day I too noticed and picked some very very large plantains in a marshy area near an area where i kayak. There was a very large patch growing there, none of these had put up their seed spikes (yet). I’m sure if you watch and give them a few weeks you will see the typical seed spike.We also have ones that are much much larger (like leaves are the size of an adult's hand or bigger), but they also don't have any seed stalks. Is this normal?
That does look very much like broadleaf plantain...but get conformation if you can
If this were true, I would be seeing all sorts of problems with the 100's of babies I've raised. Further, most people feed a lot of spring mix to babies, and that is all baby leaves.My tort seems to like the smaller, younger leaves. But I heard feeding younger leaves of any plant isn't as healthy due to higher concentrations of bad chemicals?