Was out walking and saw these plants. I am doing landscaping at home and these would be perfect. Can someone identify them for me please? Thank you
Not sure how to prune this tree,bush. I don’t know what it is please help. Living in Florida, there are so many different trees and bushes. The little pink flowers ... See more
This plant also showed up in a spot in my garden so I decided to let it grow. It has stretched out across the ground and has pointed tips that look like they may bloo... 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
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
Long slender leaves at the base with smaller leaves up the flower stack. sorry for the poor picture. tried to enlarge it but failed.
This plant starting popping up the last couple of years near my rock garden and bird feeders. I have daylilies, potentilla and hydrangea planted here. Can you tell m... See more
It seems to flower beginning September and on.
is this a palm tree? i have about 5 of them growing in my front yard and this is the tallest, there is another one behind it as seen in the picture.Thanks all in adva... See more
I planted a cuc which died and I assume birds brought a seed. Annual or perennial? It is about 1 1/2 feet wide w hot pink flowers and yellow centers. I did throw in z... See more
I need some help identifying this plant (or weed); can anyone help me please
I took this picture in the conservatory of Biltmore and don't know what the large plants is called. Anyone know?
Saw it on a patio at a bar near the north shore of Lake Superior. Picture was taken at night.
It grows as a vine, and spreads! It has a egg-shaped, green fruit that appears after the flower dies off. The flower only lasts a day or two. Bumble bees LOVE this fl... See more
Years ago it was popular to have a plant with a fish in the vase, but I can't remember the kind of plant we used! It was a particular kind. The fish was a Siamese fi... See more
Does anyone know what kind of tree this is growing over the hill. It has shiny leaves.
I picked the seeds out of a garden a few years ago and this is what I have and sure don't know what it is. The woman has long been deceased. It looks frail but it st... See more
I lost the label for this plant and I want to buy more but don't know what it is. Is it an annual?
Please help me identify this plant. I made my own compost using kitchen scraps & etc. I used the compost to plant my strawberries and now have this plant growing with... See more
Our son bought a property in Georgia and found this plant. We're thinking it might be a Paulownia. The leaves feel like velvet, very soft. Thanks for any help.