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Is this safe to eat

Discussion in 'Plant Identification' started by Totally_Tortoise, Feb 25, 2018.

  1. Totally_Tortoise

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    Is it? I have 2 baby sulcatas and is it safe? 1519599417038.jpg 1519599506549.jpg
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    This looks like filaree to me.
    It's in the geranium family and safe to feed
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    My two baby sullies got to be outside to graze for therw first time
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    I am jealous. It's quite cold in my area, im hoping winter is giving its last hoorah for the year
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    It was a bit cold today but for about maybe 2 hours it was pretty warm and they love the outdoors.
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    Welcome!

    It looks like filaree to me as well but it’s easier for me to say if I can see the whole plant, not just a leaf. Can you take a picture out where it’s growing?
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    It does look like filaree to me also.
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    Yup, it's Filaree. I did some research.
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