Saw this in a summer rental home and loved the look of it. Anybody know what it's called?
This was on recently purchased (virgin, never occupied) dry sandy-wooded property in Fla. We have no idea at all what it is! No clue! No shrubs or bushes around, but ... See more
Hometalk members in Florida, I need an ID for this plants, friends from Pensacola sent me the photo and I don't
recognize the plant. Thanks.
I want to find more of this flower but I can't remember what it is. Anyone?
This plant is supposedly in the lily family. This is the smaller of the two sizes. If we lived below Baton Rouge, LA. I could put it in the ground. It has sword shape... See more
This nut has a sort of fruity smell & looks a little like cutting thru a walnut but is not a walnut. Owner is a friend & says it is not a walnut. Leaves on tree are... See more
This is in my backyard - it is a prolific grower - might I say - almost a noxious weed in my little microclimate?
I don't know if I've grown a weed or a flower?
This is a small garden at my daughters house (just finished closing and moved in a week ago). I have no idea what any of this is; although I think some plants are in... See more
We tore out some bushes that were smothering the front of our house, these bushes came up instead, I have never seen them in the 5 years we have lived here, what type... See more
i live in the northeast. This was given to me about a year ago. It has grown to double its size. I've seen it growing wild in Hawaii. No name for it. My problem is th... See more
These are from two different trees. They are at a park by me. I live in Indiana if that helps.
I'm on a trip and I keep seeing fields of this crop. I think it's a vegetable but so far just this beautiful flower. Anyone know what it is?
It is just now blooming (middle of September). Zone 8. Thanks.