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Hi Everyone,

Few weeks I have started cleaning our garden, planted only few plants (4 only) but I keep finding new species which I have no idea what are they and I should keep them or get rid of them. please let me know what types do I have and if should keep or get rid of:

Please note that I am in North Africa Algeria (5Km away from the Mediterranean sea

1-Plant 1:
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ur neighbor has a tree but those i have no idea how they crossed and they grew very fast, i did not help or planted them i just started watering them when i noticed.

https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipPcbY6JDLuY9NYf81gkXlKTKiCxAX-ysbQm9MLa



2-Plant 2
I discovered this one this morning, it was open during the morning (where there is a direct sun for about 5h) but the flowers closed during the afternoon:

https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipNVhTO_ESvIy6o3shGrGJg1CUeggqbIbfmtbNJN
https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipM2d_JGvZ6P-adXHHDF4QBDtuqGhchcDKtm5cd7
https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipNLVLK1vplbYQaa8BVMhKaYlo27I8XyTlVEKDKX
https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipPHf6YLI9SurNTep8pz8kZwjHdxZM1ADUmJTy07

3-Plant 3
My mom has a lot of those, she just cut a bit from hers and gave it me and it is working.

https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipN-reZMl-zu0wypqxAPCvp1hRtnEhmb97976Aml

4-Plant 4

This one too, my mom gave it to me. but it seems it is dying. please let me know what kind of plant it is. info: it receives direct sunlight from 7Am to 11Am. after that no direct sunlight but cool breeze
https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipPneyxqg3SUkrmSNZ_xGCAbtEGaUGeqO3ax_qdU

5-Plant 5

Found it on my garden, shall i get rid of it? what is it?

https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipNwSfPSaua1tutU6SqRKOdBWqubEnngORpPIuVq

6-Plant 6

same as the one above, shall i get rid of it? what is it? i did not plant it
https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipOWIccsfV9jFmkwzjo2QHvqadDXJdryTCxeDGa7
7-Plant 7

this one (actually two one white the other one red) bought few weeks ago, they were blooming like no tomorrow but now they lost all their flowers. The flowers you see are new ones, so it is giving me hope. please let me know what is this plant and how i should treat her. information: receiving direct sunlight from 10 Am to 2 Pm

https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipOqNRgBTdQULkEc7T8rfabu1Mvv_C_XTxCL2PuW
https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipNT1lCQLK0me6LFdxMsePItfJyaTm6MMIcsXBAf
https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipNxrssgQVqqC2OPWi6lk8AExmJDguIGNagdohM2

Thank you in advance for your answers.

Note: I am finding difficulties uploading the pictures, if you have any tip please let me know.

KR
M
 
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I'm encountering a problem when trying to view your photos. Try uploading right to this site by clicking on the 'upload a file' tab that is located just below the reply box.
 

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Please please upload your photos here! It's so easy and you are allowed quite a few photos. Also, please click Full Image please as big photos help identification!
 
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Hi Guys,

I have uploaded the pictures tagged same as above. please let me know the ID and if I should get rid of them.

thank you in advance
M
 

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Plant 6 could be physalis with blue flowers. But I could be very wrong!
4 could be a coleus

7 could be magnolia, but again, I could be very wrong!

Hope someone else will have a better go than I.
 
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Plant 6 could be physalis with blue flowers. But I could be very wrong!
4 could be a coleus

7 could be magnolia, but again, I could be very wrong!

Hope someone else will have a better go than I.
Four is definitely coleus. The rest I don't have a clue.
 

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No 2 looks like a weed euphorbia peplus

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#8 possible nightshade, 4 coleus, 1 fern

YES, I googled it and it looks like. Now it makes sense why I found few of the black cherry-like small fruits in my garden. I still have no idea from where it came, none of my neighbors has it. I keep it :)

The Fern has crossed from my neighbor garden, It is growing very fast. I am keeping it :)

The coleus seems to be dying :( i will post in a different category to inquire about it

It looks like a red Anagallis arvensis to me.

Spot on, I googled it and it seems the flowers open only when there is a direct sunlight. They receive direct sunlight from 7-11Am and no direct light after that. So they open the morning and close the afternoon. I am keeping too :)

Maybe,
3 one of the types of Plectranthus (Australis)

Seems to be the right plant, easy to transplant we have tons of those at home. but first time in garden, will see how it goes.

Thank you all for the great answers, I will make sure to keep you posted on how it goes.

Cheers
 

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@Mickey66 Keep whatever you like. If it gives you pleasure, you give them love!
 
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YES, I googled it and it looks like. Now it makes sense why I found few of the black cherry-like small fruits in my garden. I still have no idea from where it came, none of my neighbors has it. I keep it :)
Mickey- Nightshade is not a plant you want to keep! It is also called belladonna and is very poisonous! I recommend getting rid of it.
 

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