I dug this out of the lawn because it looked kind of neat. Hoping someone may know what’s it is. The plant is about 4.“ tall and the leaves started out kind of sp... See more
I found this plant and took a cutting, brought it home, and 3 years later this is what it looks like. It comes back bigger every year. Please help me identify. I love... See more
My local Credit Union had these lilac trees this year that I really liked, but have never seen before. I just wanted to know if it was a bush that had been trained t... See more
I spent some of today putting a fence tarp up on the chain link fence that separates my home from a schoolyard. This vine brushed my face. I sure hope it’s not pois... See more
It was from a floral arrangement my mother inlaw received for Valentine’s Day and I’m so amazed that it hasn’t dried up and is still green after all these month... See more
I was upstate New York this summer and saw this tree. I have been unable to identify. Obviously the tree is able to withstand extremely cold temperatures and snow. Th... See more
Hi everyone. Does anybody know what type of cactus and plants these are? I got them from my brother who had no idea what they were or how to care for them. He said... See more
Trying to make a landscape care map for future reference. Thanks!
We planted it several years ago & have lost the identity. It blooms all the time with different colors flowers.
What is the name of this bush. It bears fruit. Is it poisonous?
a bunch fall off the tree. I tried to open, but I guess just too small to figure out.
I received a few new plants and I have tried to research them and it seems to me that each web site contradicts the other so I am going to ask here. The tag on this o... See more
A Lady from my garden group "Confessions of a Seed Thief Gardener" on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/898869586859623/ bought this flower on markdown because... See more
I have a friend who just bought an older house in Northern/Central Indiana, and these are coming up all over the garden beds through the weed-protecting fabric. She'... See more
I have heard these called spider lilies and fireworks Lillys does anyone know what these really are
Please help me ID one of my agaves.
This is growing at a friend's home and neither of us know what it's called. We are in New York.
Have no idea what this plant is called. Can anyone help?
Here is another plant I removed yesterday. Does anyone know what it is? Smiles, Cyndi
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.