It sprang up in a mulched bed. Weed or desirable?
These grow along the bush in our backyard and they look like blueberries but they are not and I was wondering what they are and if they could be useful?
Can anyone tell what kind of Berry Tree this is? The berries are turning black and have two seeds inside.Thank You
This tree grows in southern/central Louisiana. Does anyone know the name of it? I think that you can zoom in on the picture to see it more closely.
I took a cutting from a neighbor's plant, and can't seem to start another.
The branches are filled with, what looks like, lily of the valley but hangs down like a fuchsia. Blooms in spring and summer. Bumblebees love it. Looks kind of Jap... See more
These flowers popped up this spring. No idea what they are (I'm not a good gardener.) The stalks are about four feet high, They're pretty and yielded flowers for me... See more
The tree seems to have two different types of leaves, one that resembles an apple tree leaf when they are immature. The mature leaf looks more like a mulberry. The ... See more
I have these two weeds, well many more but I have tried, Orthro, Vinegar and Salt, Roundup and they pop right back in all of their glory. Do you know what they are an... See more
These are from two different trees. They are at a park by me. I live in Indiana if that helps.
This tree grows in my yard. Can you tell me what it is?
having this growing in a flower bed. Do not know what it is. Can you help Identify?
I don't remember planting this but it is very tall (about 10') and has dark berries. It grew very quickly. There isn't anything like this around my property. I live i... See more
Can anyone please help identify this plant
Hey Sheila or anyone, suggestions for what to do with this very worthy desk. Hard wood, no staples, no nails in drawers. I don't like the hardware, and the carpets ar... See more
What is this on my grass and my neighbor's grass? It's greyish at a distance. This is a close up on 2.5" tall grass.
Hi, this is a (bulb) flower that grows out back. The stalks are very tall (3-4 feet?) and the blooms are about 5-6 inches across. They're beautiful! Please help me id... See more
I live in Zone 5 Wyoming, Michigan please held me identify these plants. There are a few differnt angles I hope someone can tell me what these are so I can either ke... See more