Sharing my thoughts, feelings, and experiences.
I don't recognize it at all. Perhaps it will be clearer when they are much bigger.
With the foliage and such a long root, it looks like some type of house plant; there are no 'weeds' as such. All plants have names and so many are beneficial to mankind - health wise. I've spent 50 years exploring the herbal world. It may be helpful to keep this plant inside; looks like the sun or cold has burned the tips. Good luck with it. I see you listed as my follower of my blog. I wonder is you've stopped by lately.
Please give me your blog address. I might have lost track and would like to visit again.
Don't know! Interesting looking though.
Don't you love a good mystery?
In your first photo that plant seems to be dancing with its shadow. Good luck with your plant.
Non saprei comunque basta aspettare e....ci sorprenderà!!!
Will have to wait and see what it grows into. A mystery until then.
John, it looks to me like a "long needle pine seedling."You can check out this website and scroll down to see a photo that looks a lot like your plant.http://www.bio.miami.edu/dana/226/226F09_20print.htmlGood Luck,Jan
Thank you so much Jan. I think you may be right. The link you gave me helped. When I searched for pine seedlings I found some photos that looked almost identical to mine. So maybe it will grow into a mighty tree someday!!!
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