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
They're growing on a tulip poplar stump. The largest of them is about 12" in diameter or maybe a bit larger.
I can't seen to find the exact name of this plant. I was given this and was told it's a succulent
This was given to me. I need help identifying it. Help Please When it blooms it's red clusters
These plants are in my neighbors yard. She bought them about 4 or 5 years ago from qvc but she doesn't remember what they are called. The flowers are huge!
We just bought our first home and are on a STRICT budget. I would like to dress up the yard that is completely overgrown. WHAT are these huge thorny vines that have t... See more
I uncovered this bush while clearing a fence row. Evidence indicates it may have been up to 4' around and 4-5' high before it was covered over by weedy trees. One pho... See more
I saw these three plants on facebook but none had names. I just moved to a new place in Florida and want to have plants that will live and bloom. These plants are all... 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
Plant is about 3 feet tall, could be a now forgotten seed that was planted or a volunteer.....
The flowers bloom in the leaf axils
My daughter gave this beautiful arrangement to me for Mother's Day. I'd like to transplant them in our garden but don't know if they'd survive (Zone 9-10, California)... See more
Please tell me if anyone knows what this plant's name is? Thanks
I have never seen a climbing Hydrangea but a neighbor of a friend has what I believe is one...I have a photo of a cuttin
Located in Atlanta.
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?
We call it a Rose of Sharon down here in the south, but others are calling it a hibiscus? I know they are in the same family, but how do we know the difference?
Saw this today in a wooded area at a client's house. Anyone recognize it? I had to look it up to verify it.
We saw this today in a wooded area while doing some plantings. The leaves are shaped very much like an oak leaf, but it is a vine. Any guesses?