And what does it needs to survive? - Gwen
It was a surprise that popped up in the same pot as another plant I recently brought home.
I found this in Florida on the golf course. They are green and wine/purple. They looked like they were using them as edging around other higher plants. I would like ... See more
I’d like to be sure, what is this tree? Sugar maple?
Does anyone know if these ornamental beans are edible? Thanks.
Thee are several plants that I don't recognize. Does someone know what this plant is?
It seems to flower beginning September and on.
These flowers just start showing up in my front yard. They are growing in my grass, in my mulch, bushes everywhere.
I rescued this bush from a homeowner who was going to build on to the garage and wanted plants moved.
I bought this perenial from the clearance rack at Lowes for $1.00, planted it, and promptly forgot about it! As you can see from the picture, it's a pretty boring pla... 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.
It's flat and without any flowers yet. BTW this query is from Maharashtra, India
I posted this a couple of weeks ago. It now has flowers. Still not sure what this is called.
This flower is jsut blooming, looks like a double daffadail, but to late in the season. Plant is years old and has never bloomed until now??
It is just now blooming (middle of September). Zone 8. Thanks.
Please help me ID one of my agaves.
I saw this ground cover plant along with some Agave potaturom. I've never seen the ground cover plant any where else. Does anyone know what it is?
This plant is about 2-3 ft. wide and tall and starting growing in my backyard in Georgia, zone 7, USA this summer. It looks edible but I'd like to know for sure what ... See more
Parts of my front yard are a mess. I need help knowing what to do. Can someone tell me exactly what some of these plants
are? I think I have 3 kinds of lilies but don't know one from the other. They're way overgrown and I suppose need thinning, right? My irises haven't bloomed this year... See more
This plant grew from no where, it was probably 5 foot tall and had the flowers in multi colors all over, very thick stalks, and was a liter green in color.