5ft tall Is this a weed? Is it beneficial to any wildlife or should I pull it out and Mark
And what does it needs to survive? - Gwen
I have a few on my property and the butterflies love them. They are growing in rocky dry soil. I would like to move one closer to my house.
We received some of these purple plants from a friend, they are growing in his backyard. I mentioned that I liked them and he pulled some out of the ground for me an... See more
I think it has arrowhead in its name but the arrowhead plant I found online doesn't look exactly like mine. I keep it on my mostly shady deck during the warm months a... See more
I don't know what these are... can someone help?
It was a surprise that popped up in the same pot as another plant I recently brought home.
I have a plant app but it doesn't seem correct
Hello! I have this small shrub/bush out front, 0kanted next to forget me nots, that was here when I moved in. Not sure what it is and in researching it I have not bee... See more
They don’t look too healthy and need to find out how to get them back to looking healthy
what is this and wen and how can I cut it back so I can paint my exterior house I live in Alabama
its about 4 feet tall!! And it hasn't opened yet.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
It started growing around the edge of the yard. Kinda looks like asparagus, but then got fuzzy branches and pods growing on it.
Anyone recognize this spring flowering shrub? Something a little different for a splash of spring color.
This is not a forsythia, but another spring flowering deciduous shrub that puts on a brilliant show of yellow flowers. Let's see who else knows it.
I live in the foothills of North Carolina and the plant I've posted came up the same time as the dahlias I planted so I thought it was a flower, but now I'm wondering... See more
This is the only lily that made it through the winter and is looking good. What type is this. I will fill the whole big bed with these flowers once I know what to... See more
Hiking one day in So CA~ Aliso Wood trails area and came across these thistle looking purple flower bushes (about 4-5')
Anyone know what these are called??
It blooms like a peace lily.
I got a bit of this mint from a friend , and nurtured it into a little bushel of my own. Can anyone tell me the exact type of mint that it is?
My husband bought me this plant for Mother's Day and when I didn't find any identifying tag, I asked him what it was. He had no clue. Some handicapped students were s... See more
My neighbor planted it this Spring and wasn't happy with it so he dug it up and of course I had to rescue it.
Whatever it is, it's never bloomed, and would probably bush out and grow taller than the house if I let it! It's leaves are as rough as sandpaper! I thought it migh... See more