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  • Alison H.
    I have two plants that I am trying to identify as I have potted up lots of them for a school fete but have no idea what they are. The green leafed shade plant resembles a mint but is not... it has no smell and hairy stems. It is vigorous, likes the shade and I keep it constrained in hanging … Read more »
    About 5 hours ago
  • King S.
    Anyone please help me identify this plant?
    Grows on water, smooth green leaves which turn brown and decay after a while (in the water)
    I saw the flower only for about 48 hours in 1 year, the flower wilts after 1 day only. the leaves stay evergreen.

    Thanks loads
    Last Tuesday at 15:25
  • Laila S.
    Anyone know if this is poisonous if consumed?
    Last Monday at 19:17
  • Craig L.
    Could anyone please tell me the name of this houseplant please? My dad passed it on to me and he couldn't remember the name himself. Thank you.
    Last Monday at 16:11
  • David L.
    Any idea what this plant is?
    It started growing wild just outside my garden bed, I let it grow just to see what is was, but I have not been able to identify it,
    It is about 6 feet tall with a single stalk that is just over 1 inch in diameter.
    The leaves are flat, not glossy and are 8-10 inches … Read more »
    Last Monday at 00:51
  • Manoj M.
    Would like to know the name of this plant/ flower Thanks
    Last Sunday at 07:01
  • Ted R.
    Non-flowering? Very sharp thorns!
    Last Friday at 15:47
  • Alexa Y.
    I bought a semi double white gerbera daisy that has a flower that only measures 2.5" across. The seller told me it will get a larger bloom next time, up to 4.5" across. Is this true?
    Last Friday at 13:53
  • Jeanine S.
    I have a hortensia in a pot.
    I putted it inside because of the frost.
    In february it went outside again but it doesn"t start having new shoots.
    When can you see if it is dead ?
    Last Friday at 10:38
  • Marie Z.
    Hi can you help us identify this flower? We live in Miami, Florida and this plant comes back every year and grows in the shade, although it never seems to have strong leaves/ petals.
    Last Thursday at 23:32
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