They're growing on a tulip poplar stump. The largest of them is about 12" in diameter or maybe a bit larger.
I planted a variety of pepper seeds in my garden. I have some I’m sure are peppers and lots of these. That are similar but not the same. Not sure if they’re one o... See more
I found this in my Mother's yard but can't identify. I did find an image on a Japanese site but couldn't get it to translate. Sadly Mom's gone now and I haven't figur... See more
Do you all have any ideas what this plant is? It gets up to a full wide and 4 foot tall in my yard but someone cut it down so this is the new spring of it. The stalks... See more
This is in my backyard - it is a prolific grower - might I say - almost a noxious weed in my little microclimate?
i was given this dried plant and I don't know what it is.
It's growing tall and outward. Bees are loving it.
A vine with leaves. Now has numerous long green pods. They have started to open. They look like milkweed pods only very much smaller. Perennial plant.
I live in Wyoming, Michigan. Looking to ID all these plants in this flower bed, I know a few of them but not all.
It has 3 reddish clover like leaves. It get small pink flowers all year. It grows on little bulbs. It opens up and stands tall during the day and folds up when dark.
Saw it on a patio at a bar near the north shore of Lake Superior. Picture was taken at night.
I have this thing growing up through an azelia. I know it has to go, but (esp. @Walter Reeves) what IS it? Anybody?
It looks kind of like a holly of some sort, but the leaves are more broad than any holly I've seen! Also, if you know what it is, just what are those berries going t... See more
Anyone know what this plant it? Pretty sure it's a weed. No flowers yet. Thanks!
Walter, Erica, and all you horticulture experts...What is this weed thriving in our pasture? How do we get rid of it?
How long should the horses stay off of it after we treat the weeds with a chemical and which one should we use?
Does anyone know what kind of tree this is growing over the hill. It has shiny leaves.
Saw this today in a wooded area at a client's house. Anyone recognize it? I had to look it up to verify it.
We saw this today in a wooded area while doing some plantings. The leaves are shaped very much like an oak leaf, but it is a vine. Any guesses?
It's very lush green with purple flowers. She found it on a recent walk. It's been living in water and hasn't rooted but seems to be growing.
I have this pretty pink flower growing at the top of what sort of looks and feels like asparagus fern, but my others flow down, this one is standing up.
I put seeds in little pots of dirt and then forget what I planted. I finally figured out one new plant is a papaya. I have kumquats and magnolias that are now over 6 ... See more