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Peter Lodygin at 2015-07-27T18:40:56+0000 3 people like this |
In this year was the first blooming of patagonian Oxalis enneaphylla. Unfortunately I missed this blooming - it's too short. Moscow 24.05.2015 - show more posts on this group
Robert Johnson at 2015-07-27T23:24:43+0000 | 3 people comments
Was left outside and given away. It had aphids on it, I left it outside my house near some stinkweed, couple weeks later, no sign of them. I was told it was edible, but I'm not worried about that. Any suggestions? - show more posts on this group
Clara Heister at 2015-07-27T22:59:21+0000 4 people like this | 4 people comments
Northeast Pennsylvania ID please. Thank you very much in advance!😊 - show more posts on this group
Shane William at 2015-07-28T00:06:20+0000 | 3 people comments
I found this in my garden. Maine (zone 5) rich soil and partial days sun. It is very brittle with a hollow milky stem about 2.25 feet tall. I tried to bend it over to take snap a photo of the bottom of a leaf and the stem snapped. Strangest part is that I didn't even see the 100's of little alien bugs on it until I - show more posts on this group
Tom Wilson at 2015-07-27T23:34:05+0000 5 people like this | 13 people comments
Northwest Ohio...I hope the pic is clear enough. Looking for ID... - show more posts on this group
Jessie Graham at 2015-07-28T00:29:43+0000 2 people like this | 3 people comments
full Sun. west central Indiana. The vine with the pods, heart shaped leaves and white flowers. I punctured a pod and it leaked a milky substance. - show more posts on this group
Moria Kinsey at 2015-07-27T22:32:46+0000 1 people like this | 13 people comments
ID please. NE Oklahoma, was given the starter plant. Grown in clumps which fill an area, get 2.5 to 3' tall, but I trim flat across. No "flowers". I have it in full sun (pictured) and in a pond bog. - show more posts on this group
Pam Luke at 2015-07-27T23:41:54+0000 7 people like this | 20 people comments
This plant with flower buds showed up in my flower bed. ID please - show more posts on this group
Glinda Watts at 2015-07-28T00:36:19+0000 6 people like this | 9 people comments
Does anyone know what is going on with my Echinacea? It's sprouting babies out of the flower head. WTF. Middle Tennessee. - show more posts on this group
Elizabeth Gunn at 2015-07-28T00:06:54+0000 21 people like this | 7 people comments
In a ditch in western North Carolina. Comes back every year. I've only seen them in one location. - show more posts on this group

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