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Is this an Echinacea leaf?

The leaf came from a plant that propagated itself in a vegetative manner in my garden, very close to where I planted an Echinacea plant last year. The plant never blossomed and seems to have survived the winter. Not only that, it has grown a number of daughter plants close-by. But the leaf appears too wide compared to other Echinacea leaves. Is it an Echinacea plant or some sort of weed mimicking the original plant? Thank you!


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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 05/08/2019 @ 2:44 pm

It does appear that it could be an Echinacea leaf. They get quite invasive in most areas, so you will likely find them in clusters!

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