RI Waterman on May 20, 2015
Hi, I live in Rhode Island and this year I noticed a large number of purple flowers (see photos) growing on the edge of my lawn and In overgrown areas where there are... See more
Beth on Mar 08, 2019
I live in Florida and after clearing out a backyard of ours we found this growing.
Tammy on Apr 27, 2019
It's location is southern Florida. Beautiful blooms! If you know what it is, is it hard to grow? Likes sunlight or shade better, etc.. Thanks!
Dianacirce70 on Sep 29, 2017
I love this plant, and it was so easy to grow. But no one seems to be able to tell me the name of it, everyone just keeps calling it seedum, which I understand to be... See more
Birdz of a Feather on May 28, 2017
Can anyone identify what this plant is? A few people has asked me and I've long forgotten.
Courtney on Nov 18, 2017
It's been here since I can remember being a young child. Gives great shade too
Carol Speake - The Gardening Cook on Oct 09, 2013
I have a few echeveria plants and do not know the botanical name of them. Can anyone help please/ I have them numbered for naming. Thanks! Carol
Kelly on Sep 12, 2017
what is this and wen and how can I cut it back so I can paint my exterior house I live in Alabama
Jan2286351 on Aug 30, 2017
Leaves have seven or eight points, Don't know why it varies. They drop off as new ones sprout. See
Kim Taylor on Jul 16, 2017
It's very tall now not sure if it's a weed.
Dswill on Jun 25, 2017
It has been in the process of blooming for approx. 2 months. I cant take the anticipation any longer..
Chilly661 on May 18, 2017
I don't remember planting anything like this! It must have been volunteer & I've got two of them. Not sure if it is a weed? The flower makes me think it probably is.... See more
Lyndamsavage on Jul 25, 2016
What is this pretty blue flower. It is a volunteer in my garden. I live in the Pacific Northwest.
Sunush on Sep 16, 2014
This one is growing under the tomato plants. So far there have been no flowers. Can someone identify this plant?
Karen on May 09, 2014
It's deciduous, in the spring the leaves appear and then the pink clusters of flowers.
I have this thing growing up through an azelia. I know it has to go, but (esp. @Walter Reeves) what IS it? Anybody?
Jason on Mar 29, 2012
It looks kind of like a holly of some sort, but the leaves are more broad than any holly I've seen! Also, if you know what it is, just what are those berries going t... See more
Becky Jane Blackwell on May 18, 2016
It has to be in the succulent family...love the shape of the leaf...thanks...
Jennifer White on Apr 26, 2015
I received this plant as a gift, it came with no tag to identify it. Please help. The little spikes on the leaves are baby plants that will fall off and for a new pla... See more
Clara on Jun 01, 2016
It blooms once a year, flowers last about 12 hours, sometimes I don't get to see it.