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Plant ID please

Discussion in 'Plant Identification' started by Sol33, Jan 5, 2018.

  1. Sol33

    Sol33 Member

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    I found quite a few of these plants close to my house. Could someone help identify them please?
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    It reminds me of arugula. Some plants are easier to identify when in flower. Do the leaves have a sharp spicy scent when crushed?
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    It’s some kind of brassica (arugula is in this family); the flowers will have four petals and be yellow or whitish when they bloom.

    Safe; your tortoise may or may not eat it. My Russian eats most of the brassicas.
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    Thank you!
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