Rescued plant from yard sale, sickly, pale.Growing well now but still cannot identify.Anybody?
Having a hard time finding the name of this plant. It has green, browish leaves that are waxy. Its scalpeled on the ends. Running in a vine/ cascading way.
This came in a floral arrangement as a small plant and has now grown into this but we're not sure what it is
Can someone tell me what kind of cactus this is? Someone gave it to me, about 6 months ago & I've had it on my back deck until a few weeks ago when it started tur... See more
I have a few plant apps but they are way off. Any idea what this is? I love the pinkness and how the blossoms line the branches. There are dropped berries on the grou... See more
A local business in town closed down recently. My grandmother worked at that business for many, many years. So when she passed away 15 years ago, we had gave one of t... See more
How do I take care of it, light, water, etc. I've had it for one year but the longer runners break off. Thanks.
Can anyone help me identify this tree? Every autumn it drops the leaves and these other type of strands. Please see attached pictures of the leaves, strands and bark... See more
This is as close as I could get without trespassing. Thanks all!
It's growing tall and outward. Bees are loving it.
Hi everyone. Does anybody know what type of cactus and plants these are? I got them from my brother who had no idea what they were or how to care for them. He said... See more
It gets green fruit (?) On it that are walnut shape but then they fall off.
Found these on the ground but can't figure out which tree the are falling from. A lot of old trees. They are flat.
Anyone know what kind of tree this is? I have it on a customers property but have never seen one quite like it.
Leaves look like it could be a suculent variety, and the flower closes up in the evening to reopen the next day. I think it grows as a ground cover.
I've seen it growing outdoors (in the shade) but mostly indoors.
It has tiny white flowers and slender leaves. Maybe an annual. I sprinkled some seeds from a mixed seed packet without knowing what is going to come up.
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
I have these growing randomly in my yard. (Louisville KY) This one is now about 3 feet tall. Hoping someone can tell me what it is. :)