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Jane Perrone at 2015-07-30T12:16:55+0000 14 people like this | 5 people comments
Petunia exserta: a flower on the brink of extinction It’s time to ring the changes in our hanging baskets, writes Robbie Blackhall-Miles I thought this piece might be of interest to members ... - show more posts on this group
Kristin Yanker-Hansen at 2015-07-30T16:12:19+0000 14 people like this |
The Plant Lady Aristolochia gigantea in full bloom. Smells like lemon, attracts flies thinking it is a place to lay/feed offspring I.e maggots. When the fly goes to leave it thinks the way out is "the light". It is held in the pouch overnight by the plant hairs and during this time it deposits pollen from a flower it p - show more posts on this group
Carrie Bell at 2015-07-30T17:19:30+0000 2 people like this | 1 people comments
Coming up in yard in Mississippi. Kalanchoe or Sedum? - show more posts on this group
Cat Zoske at 2015-07-30T17:26:07+0000 1 people like this | 2 people comments
Southwestern Manitoba, appeared in my flower garden, and I don't recall seeing it last year. Any ideas? Thank you! :) - show more posts on this group
Amanda Skirvin at 2015-07-30T17:27:31+0000 1 people like this | 1 people comments
Western North Carolina Invasive type vine Thoughts? - show more posts on this group
Lotus Johnson at 2015-07-30T17:28:59+0000 | 1 people comments
Does anyone know the name of this grass? growing on the foreshore in sand at Sidney Island BC Zone 7, approximately 1 foot tall - show more posts on this group
Kate Day at 2015-07-30T12:58:32+0000 | 10 people comments
Water hemlock? Or another Yarrow? Growing about 25-50 feet from lake/river. Purple on stem. No hair on stem. Thanks! - show more posts on this group
Karen Stark at 2015-07-30T16:27:22+0000 1 people like this | 2 people comments
Photo by Karen Stark Roadside, East Tennessee - Peculiar white hue, satiny feeling on the upper leaves. Butterflies are going berserk for this. ID? Thanks! https://goo.gl/photos/MDwJY6EWeaidgRnFA https://goo.gl/photos/MDwJY6EWeaidgRnFA https://goo.gl/photos/MDwJY6EWeaidgRnFA - show more posts on this group
Kristen Proctor at 2015-07-30T17:05:22+0000 1 people like this | 1 people comments
NW Washington. 3' high with a minty-herbal fragrance. Bees love it! - show more posts on this group
Brandon Gallagher Watson at 2015-07-30T17:43:25+0000 3 people like this |
I wish you guys could see the little fist pump I do when I read the comments to discover my ID hunch was correct. - show more posts on this group

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