Help. Does anyone know what this plant is?
It's flowers are yellow with four petals, and the leaves are similar to dandelions in appearance. This plant blooms only at night and each blossom lasts only one night.
I have this growing in my backyard - can anyone tell me what it is?
I bought this at Sam’s Club, I have no idea what it is (begonia?). defiantly not normally found in dry Western Slope, Grand Junction, CO. Although it has thrived i... See more
i recently acquired this Hoya plant however I believe the tag was incorrect. It says it is a Hoya Obscura however it doesn’t look like that to me. Any help in ident... 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
I want to find out how to take care of it so I don't accidentally kill it, but I can't for the life of me find out what kind of cactus it is...
I’d like to be sure, what is this tree? Sugar maple?
Just moved into new home. Working on flower beds. This is planted in one bed. Does anyone know what type of plant this is.
This is a great ground cover but I don’t know what it is. Can anyone help?
Moved here in Nov. A very wooded lot with things growing I can’t identify. This is a vine-like shrub (?) that has a weeping shape. Has very heavy thorns. I’d ... See more
I have a bunch of these plants coming up this year. Not sure what color the flower is going to be when they open. Can someone tell me what the name is please.
It's around 20 feet high. it shed lots of buds about April I thought they were flowers it's really beautiful but know one seems to know what it's calledLynda
its about 4 feet tall!! And it hasn't opened yet.
We ripped down the deck of a house we just bought... and found these two plants/ shrub. Not sure what they are, no flowers just leaves. They appeared to have been pru... See more
I have had this plant for over 5 years. I don't know what it is. It took 4 1/2 years for it to bloom!! Any tips on how to take care of it will be appreciated. Than... See more
I've seen it growing outdoors (in the shade) but mostly indoors.