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John Rusk at 2015-06-30T13:30:14+0000 5 people like this |
J20150627-0036—Dudleya anthonyi—RPBG Dudleya anthonyi—Anthony’s liveforever. Don't look for this species in CalFlora or the Flora of North America. The Jepson Manual, 2nd ed.,... Dudleya anthonyi. It takes more than one photo to show the splendor of this Dudleya. 1) The plant in bloom. Photographed at Regional - show more posts on this group
Anthony James Camouse at 2015-06-30T13:50:30+0000 1 people like this |
I need some help identifying some soil in my back yard. It's most likely clay but I'd like to be sure. Here are some pictures from earlier in the season. Wallflower, Indian Paintbrush, and a somewhat recent coyote mint. - show more posts on this group
John Rusk at 2015-06-30T13:31:32+0000 3 people like this | 2 people comments
J20150627-0039—Dudleya anthonyi—RPBG Dudleya anthonyi—Anthony’s liveforever. Don't look for this species in CalFlora or the Flora of North America. The Jepson Manual, 2nd ed.,... Dudleya anthonyi. It takes more than one photo to show the splendor of this Dudleya. 2) The flowers. - show more posts on this group
Bobby Turner at 2015-06-30T08:49:51+0000 5 people like this | 7 people comments
Good morning I presume this is fat hen? Any comment greatly appreciated - show more posts on this group
Estelle Brown at 2015-06-30T10:42:47+0000 2 people like this |
Thanks for letting me join the group, soooooo much great information, thats my weekend reading taken care of - show more posts on this group
Claire Shaw at 2015-06-30T07:06:12+0000 3 people like this | 12 people comments
Giant Hogweed I think? It's down a steep riverbank and out of public reach, though it's only a couple of feet from reaching the ledge of the bridge :O the heads are huge, and the stem looks to be easily as thick around as my wrist ! - show more posts on this group
Bonny Timms at 2015-06-30T08:34:27+0000 12 people like this | 7 people comments
Got these beautiful things popping up at the allotment.. Anyone know what they are? - show more posts on this group
Hazel Hall at 2015-06-30T09:47:30+0000 2 people like this | 12 people comments
Can anyone tell me what this is please I picked it just now from a dead free its spongy on the bottom not gills - show more posts on this group
Daronius Subdeviant at 2015-06-30T12:19:27+0000 10 people like this | 2 people comments
oops i missed the 9000th member. whoever it was there is a virtual parsnip here for you. we should do something special for our 10,000th victim. any ideas folk. i'm sure we have enough guides in our mist to give a free place on a walk where ever they happen to be in the world. - show more posts on this group
Tammy Penney at 2015-06-30T10:40:24+0000 |
Mulberry bush & tree both affected. Central Ontario Canada zone 5b - show more posts on this group

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