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#1 dabateman

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Posted 28 March 2020 - 17:40

I am not sure why I like this so much. But my neighbor's back lawn in completely burnt out except for a small tough of what might be onion grass.

I really like how the contrast looks on the yard. Not sure if I have the scale correct with the Canon 40mm lens I am using. Next time might take a shot with a much better wide angle.

KG3 with Lee 729 for IR chrome like image:
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#2 Andrea B.

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Posted 28 March 2020 - 19:11

That is cool. I like it too.


You know, I think that stuff is probably Wild Garlic? I used to get clumps of it in my yard in New Jersey. If you dig it out, there are lots of little onion-like (with very smelly garlic scent) bulbs. The leaves are round and hollow. Does your example fit that?
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#3 dabateman

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Posted 28 March 2020 - 19:51

I think she might be really mad if I dig up in the middle of here lawn. But I now have some in my yard so will have to look.

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Posted 28 March 2020 - 20:12

Just look at the leaf and see if it is round and hollow like Chive leaves. If it is round and hollow then it is wild garlic: Allium vineale
http://ipm.ucanr.edu...ild_garlic.html

The stuff is edible, but meh !
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