Know what any of these are? I'd love to find out, please use the comment section below.
Okay, just kidding, I know this one -- it's poison ivy, and found all over the place here. Note the asymmetric leaf shape in the side-leaves. "Leaves of 3, leave them be." Except for, um, number 11...
Japanese maple maybe?
|Number 5 (Are those berries edible?? How do plants spread their seeds if their berries end up killing the animals that eat them?)|
This is a weed that grows in my yard and is particularly hard to pull -- I seem to recall having these in AZ too.
I didn't plant this, but I might've if I'd seen it at Lowe's.
This is another "weed" that sprung up on its own that's actually kind-of cute.
Leaves of 3, except the serrated edges on the leaves (and thorns on the stem) distinguish it from poison ivy. Wild strawberry maybe? If so, where are the berries?!
Pretty sure this one's a dandelion, but I'm not totally sure -- don't dandelions have the white puff on top that the kids like to blow apart?
This is a bad picture (it was getting dark), but maybe someone with a sharp eye can see enough detail to figure this one out.
And for those who like me have no clue, hope you at least enjoyed a few close-ups of the Alabama flora.