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We've started to plant and before cutting some plants we'd like to know what they are, Could you folks identify these plants?
Cheers.

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plant 1
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plant 2
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plant 3
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plant 4
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plant 5
 
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And the rest of the plants:
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plant 6
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plant 7
 
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Plant 3 looks like arugula.
Plant 5 is some kind of brassica--I have broccoli and brussels sprouts flowering right now, and they look just the same.
Plant 7 is dock.
 
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plant 3 is the white flower with the brown stuff, you're saying it's arrugula the lettuce thing?
 
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Yep!
 
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fun!
 
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Arugula is not lettuce it is rocket.  Lettuce is in the aster family, rocket in the cabbage family.  The rocket flowers taste nice, spicy but nice, the leaves are probably very hot by now.  4 and 6 are also in the cabbage family - 4 maybe a turnip. Agree 7 is dock.
 
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Plant 2 looks like something radish-like bolting.
 
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