Can anyone please help identify this plant
I have recently begun clearing the overgrowth that has taken over the landscaping in our yard. Our home sits on 5 beautiful acres and was cared for very diligently at... See more
So not a gardener. Is the plant in the center a weed? Thank you!
I ordered some lemongrass seeds, and as a "bonus", the company sent me another little packet of seeds with no identification or planting instructions. Can anyone help... See more
This plant is about three feet tall and has very delicate bell shaped flowers on the spike. Could someone tell me what it is please? I have had it for years and it co... See more
These are quite tall. I’m guessing 36”...and some of the larger plants are very bushy, with larger ‘branches‘ on the main stalk. No flowers yet, and not reall... See more
does anyone know what kind of plant this is? It doesn’t like direct sunlight.
Which are these which were grown in our Florida backyard?
I looked online but the leaves don't quite look like the sumac plant pictures online. There is a lot of it.
I realized that I have what seems like more than one kind. Most of my hostas are the ones with ridges in the leaves, but some of the babies I dug up don't have the ri... See more
A neighbor gave me these pretty flowers. She thought they were Poppies but I couldn't find any pink Poppies that looked them. Can anyone identify and help with plan... See more
When I was little, we had this little bush that had bright yellow flowers that you could watch bloom every night at dusk. All the flowers would bloom at once. By morn... See more
I'd like to know the names of both of these green plants. They were growing in a Pennsylvania theme park. Thank you!
having this growing in a flower bed. Do not know what it is. Can you help Identify?
this shrub has mostly small dark green leaves and through out they have these green stems with clusters of tiny flower's and each cluster has 2 different color. i... See more
I just found this on a huge bush at my rental property. I want one for my yard but don't know what it is. It is covered with the flowers.
Saw it on a patio at a bar near the north shore of Lake Superior. Picture was taken at night.
This beautiful plant grows in my mother-in-laws yard. It gets about 6 feet tall and is very easy to transplant. It will spread if you do not keep it under control. I ... See more