ijcky11
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can someone please id this plant...

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You copied the wrong location for your photo. You need to copy and paste the image location which will end in .jpg

For flickr, I go to 'all image sizes' then right click and choose 'copy image location'. Then paste inside the 'Img' brackets here at HG.
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Appears to be 'Elfin' thyme

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hi im new to forums...i know i called it a plant but it doesnt seem to be like i think its a moss or something like that but i cant seem to find it on the internet...thanks...pls help...

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nurseryman thought it was a variety of thyme and the picture does look like that. If that is true, if you slightly crush some leaves it will have a strong herbal scent. Is it scented?

Why do you think it isn't a plant, more like moss or something? It doesn't look mossy in the picture, has distinct leaves.
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