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Sunit Singh Chauhan at 2015-08-03T07:26:06+0000 10 people like this |
Id plz? on Fragaria,iz a type of disease? From Doda(J&K) 13/07/2015 - show more posts on this group
Sunit Singh Chauhan at 2015-08-03T05:49:34+0000 22 people like this | 3 people comments
Crateva religiosa syn Crateva adansonii (Capparidaceae) Captured from Qutabminar New Delhi. 20/07/2015. - show more posts on this group
Surendra Singh at 2015-08-03T02:59:12+0000 29 people like this | 13 people comments
Phyllanthus reticulatus (=Kirganella reticulata) Euphorbiaceae Plant a perennial shrub.Its fruits were used in making ink and have medicinal value More pics in comment box. - show more posts on this group
Alejandro Bayer at 2015-08-03T03:35:19+0000 |
En la vía Pereira-Armenia, por la zona llamada Tribunas, 1600 msnm, me encontré hoy este árbol. No pude acercarme (tiempo). ¿Alguna pista? Gracias. - show more posts on this group
Victor VanRambutan Vanreps at 2015-08-03T04:41:40+0000 |
Summer Tour 2015 Pt. 1* Permaculture Food Forest Yr. 2 Pt 1. Intro, some annuals, green house and tasting our first figs! A multi part series in summer in year 2 of our permaculture food forest. Check out all of ... Seattle area, year II - show more posts on this group
Humm Garden at 2015-08-03T01:42:06+0000 18 people like this | 5 people comments
Aloe polyphylla. It been in the ground for 20 years but never bloomed. - show more posts on this group
Ralph Miller at 2015-08-02T17:25:27+0000 2 people like this | 3 people comments
Not sure I posted here? S Florida, invasive vine, small yellow flowers in my ficus hedge. Please ID, and will it harm my hedge? Thanks - show more posts on this group
John Buckman at 2015-08-03T02:43:31+0000 7 people like this | 14 people comments
This was a crop at the OC fair. It says okra but it looks like castor bean to me. Does okra have purple on the plant? - show more posts on this group
Karen Jamieson Clark at 2015-08-03T04:29:41+0000 |
PNW. Low shrub like plant. Berries have large white seeds and are sweet. - show more posts on this group
Lynda Selman Ingram at 2015-08-02T01:54:24+0000 8 people like this | 12 people comments
Tree growing in the woods near my friend's house in South Louisiana. The tree is about the size of a fig tree. The fruits are hard, but may not be ripe. - show more posts on this group

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