That link leads to some pictures of a plant that came with my house. I can't
identify it. Leaves look like carrot or parsley or even a fern (sort of),
stem growth habit is similar to fennel. The plant remained lively through
the entire winter, surrounded by snow, in temps down to zero. But, it seems
like a tender plant that should not have survived under those conditions.
It's now 4 feet tall. What is it???
I think it's a member of the Parsley family.
The leaves look too finely divided to be wild parsnip or hogweed or
My best guess would be poison hemlock.
If you let it go to flower, that would help with an ID
Pat in Plymouth MI ('someplace.net' is comcast)
Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced.
That was my impression also. I don't know if people are becoming more aware
of it or if it just starting to take-off in SW Ohio, but there have been
warnings about it on the news the last couple of years. As I recall, it
gets white flowers. It definitely isn't tansy as I made the mistake of
starting that from seed and spent about three years getting rid of it.
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