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Cornwall Photos at 2015-07-02T20:14:10+0000 6 people like this | 8 people comments
peacock butterfly caterpillar. any ideas on what plant? please. - show more posts on this group
Aidan Selwyn at 2015-07-02T20:25:10+0000 12 people like this | 1 people comments
insektenfang plants ipX148 S. 'Dedication'. Sheila's plant, which if anything is darker and redder than shown. - show more posts on this group
Chris Delavan at 2015-07-03T00:30:16+0000 5 people like this |
After 4 weeks of waiting my Nepenthes stem cuttings are finally growing roots! - show more posts on this group
Jeffrey Faber at 2015-07-02T19:15:29+0000 8 people like this |
Some pics of today. Just finished although I still need to trim the waterplants. Not really sure about the right side, but got a lot of smaller cuttings placed there so it's just a case of wait and see what will grow. Right wall needs to be overgrown with Ficus punctata (sp. 'Panama'). - show more posts on this group
Steve Scott at 2015-07-03T00:47:30+0000 1 people like this | 4 people comments
What is this copper monster ruining my grape leaves? Soapy water just slows them down and right back the next day. Any wise advice from the APP? Thanks in advance! - show more posts on this group
Jennifer Lasala at 2015-07-02T21:19:58+0000 1 people like this | 4 people comments
Does anyone happen to know what these two plants are? - show more posts on this group
Jeri G Edmonds at 2015-07-02T20:42:51+0000 |
My search for this name has landed me to you fine folks. Apologise for photos. North Alabama Sage like smell Stinging nettle like leaves - show more posts on this group
Arthur Haines at 2015-07-02T19:36:36+0000 152 people like this | 22 people comments
What does this have to do with plants? (you might be thinking) Everything. The hide was "bucked" is a wood ash solution, which swells the layers and helps to remove the grain (which holds the hair) and the membrane (on the flesh side). Also, the color is from wood smoke, a necessary step in brain-tanning in order - show more posts on this group
Mike Kennedy at 2015-07-03T00:38:11+0000 |
Chanterelles I'm really excited about this video! I found some of the mushrooms called Chanterelles. I bring it home. I got some help to make sure of the identification. ... - show more posts on this group
Adam Hill at 2015-07-02T22:41:00+0000 | 4 people comments
Question: if a blueberry bush is likely to have accumulated a lot of lead from the soil, would the lead dissipate over time if it were transplanted, or should it just be left alone? - show more posts on this group

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