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Plant ID

Discussion in 'Plant Identification' started by Hgl2312, Jun 12, 2018.

  1. Hgl2312

    Hgl2312 New Member

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    Hi guys I need help with a plant ID! I want to let my tortoise roam my backyard but before I do I want to make sure the backyard is plant safe. My aunt said she planted these years ago but have forgotten what they are. So I need a little help! 20180612_182304.jpg 20180612_182312.jpg 20180612_182304.jpg

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    Looks like cabbage to me
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    I think it is swiss chard.

    What kind of tortoise? What size? Its usually best to contain them within an enclosure. A back yard can be full of unexpected hazards and escape routes.
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    I think if not chard it might be collards. In the same family either way and safe as part of a varied diet.
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    A crucifer, for sure. So, in the family of cabbage, collards, kale, etc.
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    Happy birthday! @Iochroma
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    Maybe really deformed brussel sprouts....impacted by no fertilizers, poor water, and warm/hot weather.
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