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Uploaded by: taosmtngirl

Monday August 26, 2013

Caption: Does anyone know what this plant is?

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4. MavricaMaiden
11:48 PM GMT on August 31, 2013
Definetly Hops. I've seen it grown here in Oregon. Can get pretty tall. and yes it is for making beer.
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3. taosmtngirl
3:07 PM GMT on August 28, 2013
That's what I thought! I didn't trust myself because I couldn't believe they were growing wild in NM. They were near a creek, but not closer than 15 feet from the water. You can see the area in my other photos in this series. This area is in a small valley, with ponderosa pine, gambel oak trees, willows and wild grasses what you see the most of. The vegetation seen here is not typical of what you see this creek run through in the valley. I only saw this one plant, but I didn't explore the area along the creek that much. I put up another photo showing the plant and how it was growing amongst willows.
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2. ChrisAnthemum
1:59 PM GMT on August 28, 2013
Hops plants; beer can be made from them. Are these growing wild?

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1. minnesotamom
1:48 PM GMT on August 28, 2013
Whatever it's called, it sure is lovely! :-)
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