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Herbert Keith Wheeler III at 2015-08-01T00:22:46+0000 3 people like this | 2 people comments
a monster 2 year old poke volunteer happily settled into garden with 4 foot+ jewelweed for scale- last year about 2 feet tall 7/29 KAN ... I haven't seen any moles this year... I would need a step-ladder just to reach the berries - show more posts on this group
Herbert Keith Wheeler III at 2015-08-01T00:43:32+0000 6 people like this | 3 people comments
another of the "old-fashioned" plants I love- ginseng's much bigger cousin- wild sarsaparilla- almost harvested to relative scarcity 100 or so years ago- the really tiny white ones are the flowers... as you can see adapts very well to garden- found last year in a wet ditch beside back road partially run over - show more posts on this group
Tony Basham at 2015-08-01T06:04:16+0000 |
Shouldn't the Ladies Tresses orchid be blooming soon? - show more posts on this group
Andy Paris at 2015-08-01T01:03:07+0000 9 people like this |
Thanks for the Add. I wander the southeast corner of Massachusetts on a bicycle. Always on the lookout for new flora. It's Summersweet season, the woods & parks smell heavenly in early August. Get out there. - show more posts on this group
Tammy Mccauley-Masse at 2015-08-01T02:37:28+0000 | 1 people comments
Can't find what this may be growing in my naturalized back yard...southern maine. Any thoughts and is it of any concern?? Thank you! - show more posts on this group
Chris Sheridan at 2015-08-01T02:22:41+0000 5 people like this | 1 people comments
Thinking Xyris difformis? Bog Yellow-eyed Grass? Growing at Ponemah Bog, Amherst NH. - show more posts on this group
Matthew Hoppenworth at 2015-08-01T01:08:56+0000 | 1 people comments
Anyone ID these? The bottom one kinda of smells like lavender when you snap the seed head. - show more posts on this group
John Oliver at 2015-07-31T23:56:19+0000 14 people like this | 3 people comments
Seeds That Defied Romans, Pirates, and Nazis Our story starts quietly in a museum. In a cabinet. There, in the dark, sits a small batch of seeds: Persian silk tree seeds. They come from China. They were taken, probably secretly, from Beijing ... Here's an article that explains why we're always railing against Albizia j - show more posts on this group
Eve Stafford at 2015-08-01T05:44:42+0000 2 people like this | 9 people comments
Can anyone identify this heavily laden gold-flowering tree in the tropics, Australia? Also, I'm trying to locate some Dombeya to plant. My local tropical plant nursery has none as they say it is difficult to source. I've only seen pictures of it and it looks superb. - show more posts on this group
Marina Schwartz at 2015-08-01T06:57:02+0000 1 people like this |
Would like to Invite people to Noosa District Orchid & Foliage Society's show here on the Sunshine Coast - show more posts on this group

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