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Anil Thakur at 2016-06-08T08:28:55+0000 |
Female Cones of Pinus Species Collected from various places in H.P. 1. Pinus wallichiana (Kail, Himalayan blue pine) 2. Pinus roxburghii (Cheel, Chir pine) 3. Pinus gerardiana (Neosa, Chilgosa pine) 4. Pinus patula (Cultivated, Patula pine, Spreading-leaved pine, or Mexican weeping pine, Introduced) - show more posts on this group
Geetashri Ray at 2016-06-09T08:11:04+0000 |
Photos from Geetashri Ray's post ID needed Wild, prostate Clicked 9-6-16 - show more posts on this group
Alok Khare at 2016-06-09T08:53:11+0000 |
Ethnobotanical Shop being run by a local tribal near Triambakeshwar temple Nashik. - show more posts on this group
Vinod Gajjar at 2016-06-09T09:13:09+0000 |
Photos from Vinod Gajjar's post Cochlospermum religiosum?? near narmada Valley forest , Gujarat With Kanu Yogi - show more posts on this group
Gurcharan Singh at 2016-06-09T06:43:44+0000 |
Please help in ID, this small plant I had earlier thought to be some legume, with simple leaves, but perhaps it is not, Chakauri, Uttarakhand April 16, 2012 - show more posts on this group
Geetashri Ray at 2016-06-09T08:39:07+0000 |
Photos from Geetashri Ray's post Identification please Lal Bagh ,Bengluru 8-6-16 - show more posts on this group
Geetashri Ray at 2016-06-09T10:25:31+0000 |
Photos from Geetashri Ray's post Plz help in identifying the plant Flower seems full of nectar Lal Bagh, Bengaluru 4-6-16 - show more posts on this group
Sadiya Maryam at 2016-06-08T12:32:56+0000 |
Photos from Sadiya Maryam's post Holmskioldia tettensis (Verbenaceae) Hyderabad, India 8-6-2016 - show more posts on this group
Jee Jeevith at 2016-06-09T10:49:58+0000 |
Calliandra haematocephala - Powder Puff (Fabaceae) The Nilgiris.TN. June2016 - show more posts on this group
Amitkumar Rokade at 2016-06-09T06:17:43+0000 |
Dilonex regia,, Gul-mohar, 09/06/2016, Pandharpur, Maharashtra... - show more posts on this group
Smita Raskar at 2016-06-03T14:56:43+0000 |
#Herbal_dye Butea Monosperma flowers yeild fabric dye Fabaceae Palas in Marathi - show more posts on this group
Alok Khare at 2016-06-09T08:48:15+0000 |
I'd please...under tree planted at Kolaba beach...Mumbai - show more posts on this group
Devendra Bhardwaj at 2016-06-09T13:58:30+0000 |
Name of species- Clitoria ternatea Common Name- अपराजिता English Name- Butterfly pea double Family- Fabaceae Description- External uses; swelling and pain,piles specially bleeding piles. Leaf juice is used as nasal drops in headache. Decoction is used for gargling in stomatitis and for cleaning wou - show more posts on this group
KaChera Felts at 2016-06-08T16:33:26+0000 |
Does anyone have crape myrtles that are blooming? - show more posts on this group
Deb Michell at 2016-06-08T22:20:50+0000 |
I would like to know if anyone knows what type of mushroom this is, and if it is edible. Thanks - show more posts on this group
Barnyard Gal at 2016-06-08T18:52:15+0000 |
Spent a heavenly weekend in the bog, lots of new Sphagnums! - show more posts on this group
Annie Martin at 2016-06-09T11:31:38+0000 |
I am always delighted with mosses. I've been mossin' around rescuing this week. One roof had major Hedwigia colonies. Yesterday's roof was mainly Entodon and lots of prickly chestnut hulls. OUCH! my fingers are still hurting despite the fact that I gave in and put on some gloves. My cushion is covered in prickers lik - show more posts on this group
Álvaro Anzoátegui at 2016-06-08T23:37:33+0000 |
Buenas. Una consulta. Es cierto que para investigaciones de índole científica, tesis en mi caso, se utiliza grados Kelvin? no con Celsio, ni con Fahrenheit, tampoco Reomuer - show more posts on this group
Robert Felipe Caldas Mejia at 2016-06-09T01:04:40+0000 |
Taller de Acuaponía Doméstica en Colombia Ofrecemos cursos y talleres en Acuaponía Agroecológica Comercial y Doméstica, Agroecología , Huertos Caseros Biointensivos, Energía Renovable, Cultivos de Hongos Comestibles , Crianzas de Camarones y Tilapias en Sistemas Biofloc. Nota : Puedes pagar en tu moneda nacional - show more posts on this group
Gustavo Martin at 2016-06-09T01:52:58+0000 |
Hola buenas noches estoy buscando el nombre de esta planta , la vi en la ciudad de barranquilla ! Es de exterior y clima calido. Agradezco me puedan ayudar. Gracias - show more posts on this group
Álvaro Anzoátegui at 2016-06-08T17:37:45+0000 |
Paraguay. 120 asnm. Alguien me facilita el epíteto? - show more posts on this group
Galo Velásquez at 2016-06-08T13:54:24+0000 |
Saludos cordiales, me podrían ayudar con la identificación e ésta planta; posee tallo postrado y se encuentra a la orilla de un camino a 2350 msnm en Funes, Nariño. No tengo nombre común, ni más datos que puedan ayudar a la identificación. - show more posts on this group
Edwin G Duarte-Santana at 2016-06-09T13:53:10+0000 |
Alguien conoce a que especie pertenece este fruto? Colombia, Bolívar, aprox. 3-4 msnm. Agradezco su ayuda. - show more posts on this group
BK Rubytha Huntarigo Batiller at 2016-06-09T03:00:50+0000 |
6 BEST HERBAL PLANTS FOR LONGEVITY LIFE Li Ching Yuen reportedly began his herbalist career at the age of 10, where he gathered herbs in mountain ranges and learned of their potency for longevity. For almost 40 years, he survived on a diet of herbs such as lingzhi, goji berry, wild ginseng, he shoo wu and gotu kola - show more posts on this group
BK Rubytha Huntarigo Batiller at 2016-06-08T10:31:13+0000 |
256 YEARS OLD MAN BREAKS THE SILENCE BEFORE HIS DEATH AND REVEALS SHOCKING SECRETS TO THE WORLD In 1930 New York Times reported that Wu Chung – chieh is professor of the Chengdu University discovered Imperial Chinese government records from 1827. Namely, he was congratulating to Li Ching – Yuen on his 150th bi - show more posts on this group
BK Rubytha Huntarigo Batiller at 2016-06-09T07:15:58+0000 |
PAANO MALALAMAN ANG PINAKA FERTILE DAYS NG MGA KABABAEHAN A blessed good day sa lahat ng mga sweetest Divine souls. Dahil sa napakarami napong nagtatanong sa aking inbox at halos karamihan ay hindi kopo nasasagot , sa kung paaano malalaman ang pinakamalakas na Fertile Days.Nagpasya napo ako na epost kona po dito sa - show more posts on this group
Kenneth Barnett at 2016-06-09T00:32:32+0000 |
Hi guys! P.I. group virgin here. OK, I first found this last year, and kept tabs on them, so I could tell if the leaves were consistent this year, and not an aberration. Today I went back, and same odd maples were there. Trees are growing in an out of the way weedy, wooded area, somewhat edge habitat, where they - show more posts on this group
Robin Grantham Curry at 2016-06-09T12:59:21+0000 |
West Tennessee. Currently in a flower garden of a home we just purchased. Not sure if I should leave or remove. - show more posts on this group
Alexis Goebel at 2016-06-09T12:53:35+0000 |
Any chance this plant is one of the following them? Physostegia virginiana (Obedient Plant), Phlox maculata (Wild Sweet William) , Monarda fistulosa (Wild Bergamot) ,Lobelia cardinalis (Cardinal Flower) , Cimicifuga racemosa (Black Cohosh).. Or is it some sort of tree sapling ? Northern NJ - show more posts on this group
Alison Morris at 2016-06-03T12:38:32+0000 |
Can anyone identify this plant? Thanks in advance for the help! - show more posts on this group
Joseph Yaroch at 2016-06-09T04:27:45+0000 |
Can anyone tell what kind of cactus this is? It was spotted in the wild in Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA. - show more posts on this group
S Elizabeth Joanez at 2016-06-09T13:15:51+0000 |
Dayton, OH Planted the right plant last year and can't recall what it is. - show more posts on this group
Mary Herman Kelton at 2016-06-09T13:04:20+0000 |
Found this on a FB page from Russia (Yakaterinburg). Wanting to know what it is and if it grows in U.S. Please and Thanks! - show more posts on this group
Ash Tuesday Porter at 2016-06-09T13:17:13+0000 |
Hemlock or QA lace? Growing near a reservoir in Denver. - show more posts on this group
Lawrence Derek Ball at 2016-06-03T07:41:19+0000 |
Can anyone ID please? Dhofar, Oman. 300-1200m a.s.l. Possibly of African origin? - show more posts on this group
Michael Ambrosia at 2016-06-09T13:38:11+0000 |
Northeast Missouri. I transplanted this tree here thinking it was persimmon but I'm not sure - show more posts on this group
Connie Watson Croad at 2016-06-09T01:06:04+0000 |
Planted this last summer and forgot where I got it or what it is,help identifying it please - show more posts on this group
Brenda Livingstone at 2016-06-08T14:38:35+0000 |
Best Healthy Guide Herbs That Heal Better Than Medicine Herbs That Heal Better Than Medicine - show more posts on this group
Nikole L Delaney-Festa at 2016-06-08T17:44:11+0000 |
Hey everyone!!! I recently found an app that identifies plants. It's pretty awesome and has been accurate so far, it's called GardenAnswers. Check it out, not sure if it works with mushrooms (probably not) but it's been helpful otherwise so I thought I'd share! Enjoy. 😊 - show more posts on this group
Chris Lackie at 2016-06-08T23:47:37+0000 |
Photos from Chris Lackie's post Been waiting all Spring for this to finally bloom! Can someone please ID this? Lake Tahoe, ~6400´ Thank you! (the flowering tree thing, not the Mahonia below ☺) - show more posts on this group
Jessica Back at 2016-06-08T23:24:19+0000 |
Are there any edible native plants yall can think of that would grow in at least partial shade, sandy soil, in SE Mi? I am having a hard time getting things to take. I do have hostas and mint already. - show more posts on this group
Sandy Smith Sutherland at 2016-06-08T16:35:36+0000 |
Ok people I have 2 Strang looking plants/weeds growing in my yard and garden. Can you tell me if they are edible and what they are? - show more posts on this group
Ros Koppe at 2016-06-09T00:38:59+0000 |
Photos from Ros Koppe's post I will be available this Saturday between 9 and 12 if anyone wants to come around to have a look and maybe buy a plant or two - show more posts on this group
Margaret Carpenter at 2016-03-15T02:05:44+0000 |
Margie's Plants CLICK ON PHOTO TO SEE FULL ALBUM AND PRICES PLEASE PU GULLIVER OR CRYSTAL CREEK BY APPOINTMENT MOB 0417753096 - show more posts on this group
Penny Millen at 2016-06-09T05:45:56+0000 |
Photos from Penny Millen's post Large established "Song of India"plant in pot (approx 1.75mtr x 1.98 wide) $70 · Price negotiable - Townsville, Queensland Large established "Song of India"plant in pot (approx 1.75mtr x 1.98 wide) lovely colors, about 10 years old, great indoor or outdoor plant pick up innercity Town - show more posts on this group
Ann Elzbieta at 2016-06-09T08:35:26+0000 |
Star fruit trees, $25 each, Star fruit is one of very low calorie exotic fruits. 100 g fruit just provides 31 calories, which is much lower than for any other popular tropical fruits. Nonetheless, it has an impressive list of essential nutrients, antioxidants, and vitamins required for well-being. The fruit along w - show more posts on this group
Penny Millen at 2016-06-09T10:20:12+0000 |
American agaves in pots $20 - Townsville, Queensland four different sized American agave in pots ranging in size- 82cm -$20 (pictured) 2 x 70cm-$15 1 x 30 cm- $ 7 or the lot for $50 can deliver for $10 pick up inner city Townsville - show more posts on this group
Ann Elzbieta at 2016-06-08T10:40:47+0000 |
Photos from Ann Elzbieta's post Gingers for sale only $15 each - show more posts on this group
Charles Moni at 2016-06-08T11:24:08+0000 |
In Search of Small Things Nice leaf of an Oleandra species. The pretty and subtle veining. And the hairy edges…all the way to the tip. - show more posts on this group
Charles Moni at 2016-06-08T11:52:17+0000 |
In Search of Small Things Any ideas on what this is? From the Rio Blanco in Ecuador. - show more posts on this group
Gert Hoogenstrijd at 2016-06-08T12:02:59+0000 |
Araflora; exotic plants & supplies Begonia scutifolia or as it is called nowadays Begonia vankerckhovenii is finally available at Araflora. This is a true miniature flowering plant suitable for terrarium and biodomes. http://www.araflora.com/p3622/begonia_vankerckhovenii rare begonia at araflora - show more posts on this group
Norris Kilgore at 2016-06-08T16:54:49+0000 |
Norris Nature conservancy east of columbus. Found some sarracenia and drosera found some drosera and sarracenia rubra today - show more posts on this group
Charles Moni at 2016-06-08T18:16:01+0000 |
In Search of Small Things Some of the nice things about this Diastema sp. from Panama. The nicely colored, hairy, bumpy, serrated, thin textured leaves. Under brighter light, the mahogany color persists in the older leaves. Slow growing and well-behaved I think this gesneriad deserves wider use in terrariums. - show more posts on this group
Charles Moni at 2016-06-08T22:15:14+0000 |
In Search of Small Things I believe this is Peperomia sarcophylla from Colombia. I was given a seedling awhile ago and it grew into a beautiful plant. Similar to the readily available P. maculosa, but prettier in a few ways (at least to me). It ready produces seedlings that are easy to grow, but those take time to m - show more posts on this group
Gilberto Merino at 2016-06-08T23:05:25+0000 |
Photos from Gilberto Merino's post Assorted bryophytes. Suitable for terrariums - show more posts on this group
Charles Moni at 2016-06-09T00:16:58+0000 |
In Search of Small Things The pretty smaller form of Begonia glabra from Peru. The stems are a nice red in this form too. - show more posts on this group
Charles Moni at 2016-06-09T06:41:40+0000 |
In Search of Small Things Another nice Gobenia type of Begonia. This one with new leaves that flush a little red. - show more posts on this group
Charles Moni at 2016-06-08T11:58:33+0000 |
In Search of Small Things Some nice bryophytes in Ecuador - show more posts on this group
Marlena Aurich at 2016-06-08T09:56:37+0000 |
Photos from Marlena Aurich's post Is this a wild Iris, and what is it called exactly? Are Yellow Flags around ponds wild? I see them in Epping Forest but know the ponds have usually been dug 150 years ago for building roads, so did they plant the Yellow Flag Iris then or is it wild? - show more posts on this group
Helen Rice at 2016-06-09T09:59:07+0000 |
Common Cow wheat ( Melampyrum pratense ) one of the food plants for Heath Fritillary Butterfly. Somerset 08-06-16 - show more posts on this group
Helen Rice at 2016-06-09T10:47:41+0000 |
A rather fuzzy image of a Large Blue on Wild Thyme ( Thymus polytrichus ) Somerset 08-06-16 - show more posts on this group
Helen Rice at 2016-06-09T11:49:16+0000 |
Bilberry ( Vaccinium myrtillus ) Somerset 08-06-16 - show more posts on this group
Helen Rice at 2016-06-09T11:51:52+0000 |
Greater Butterfly Orchid ( Platanthera chlorantha ) Somerset 08-06-16 - show more posts on this group
Vi Le at 2016-06-08T05:26:39+0000 |
Update :) thanks to everyone's suggestions, my little baby step is bouncing back like a champ. Where one of the leaves rotted, I cut it off and a new little baby leaf is quickly replacing it! Can't tell you how happy I am. :) Can't wait for blooms! - show more posts on this group
Ashah Behsmann at 2016-06-01T11:37:35+0000 |
purple iris $1 - Merbein Wts purple iris healthy and adjusted to the climate will. Grow well in full sun. Small plant $2 larger plant $5 are still in the ground the below pictures are when they flower. Will dig up fresh for collection - show more posts on this group
Amy Johnston at 2016-06-08T22:58:33+0000 |
Garden ornaments $10 - Mildura, Victoria $10 lot. P/u mildura. No holds. - show more posts on this group
Rachael King at 2016-06-09T07:18:13+0000 |
Adrian gardner and handyman FREE - Mildura, Victoria Inbox or call :) - show more posts on this group
Jill Hudswell at 2016-06-09T10:54:41+0000 |
Daz's Affordable Plants Check out our facebook page for photos of some of the stock we have available - show more posts on this group
Daniel Lidl at 2016-06-08T14:18:13+0000 |
hello, is this part of my marcgravia or is it some other tipe of plant?? if so, can anyone id it? thx guys!. - show more posts on this group
Raymond Burger at 2016-06-08T23:52:21+0000 |
Hi everyone, I'm looking for persons or groups with experience with Rhizophora (mucronata). If someone know's a proffesional with this mangroves, please tell me ;) - show more posts on this group
Plants Plants at 2016-06-09T06:14:19+0000 |
Grow Plants Buy Terrariums and theme based miniature gardens . Gifts full of life by www.growaplant.in Buy Terrariums and theme based miniature gardens . Gifts full of life by www.growaplant.in - show more posts on this group
Ian Soto at 2016-06-09T07:18:42+0000 |
Good morning! When I was starting the first raining for my chameleons in their outside enclosures, what a surprise! I have found an Hyla Meridionalis male that maybe is living between my chams. I am really happy to see our fauna in my garden. Have a great day! Spain! - show more posts on this group
Brian Mitchell at 2016-06-08T06:21:39+0000 |
ID please... this just showed up in a pot, kind of like the blue leaves any ideas of what it may be? - show more posts on this group
Natalie Bogwalker at 2016-06-08T18:08:15+0000 |
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Erica Gunnison at 2016-06-08T18:21:44+0000 |
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Frederick Michael Zarro at 2016-06-08T20:24:42+0000 |
Photos from Frederick Michael Zarro's post This has a very unique leaf distribution pattern, so I'm optimistic that one of my fellow plant people will know what it is. Thanks! :) - show more posts on this group
Deborah Kendrick Hart-Serafini at 2016-06-09T11:25:06+0000 |
Anybody have a favorite recipe or web site for preparing Solomon's Seal? I have some on my property that I want to sustainably use for my shoulder injury. Just wondering if anyone has a suggestion on the best (and possibly the easiest) way to prepare it. Thanks! - show more posts on this group
Annie Martin at 2016-06-09T11:24:10+0000 |
I've been mossin' around rescuing this week. One roof had major Hedwigia colonies. Yesterday's roof was mainly Entodon and lots of prickly chestnut hulls. OUCH! my fingers are still hurting despite the fact that I gave in and put on some gloves. My cushion is covered in prickers like a porcupine on the back side. PS - show more posts on this group
Chester Marx at 2016-06-09T00:33:20+0000 |
Hi, just cleaned up my yard, have chives to give away. Nr 10 & Gratiot. - show more posts on this group
Sorrel Mae Florance at 2016-06-08T12:40:45+0000 |
Happy Birthday Arthur Haines Thank you for starting this group And for being such an inspiration and generous teacher to me; and all your students. Have a magical birthday - show more posts on this group
Ron Hunter at 2016-06-08T12:59:13+0000 |
Build a $300 Underground Greenhouse For Year-Round Gardening.Extra Bonuses:3 Easy DIY Greenhouses fo Growers in colder climates often utilize various approaches to extend the growing season or to give their crops a boost, whether it’s coldframes, hoop houses or greenhouses. Greenhouses are usually glazed structures, - show more posts on this group
Nathan Carlos Rupley at 2016-06-09T10:38:17+0000 |
More spam deleted. Thanks for the heads up. Please keep posts on topic. Thanks! - show more posts on this group
Meg Orozco at 2016-06-09T03:07:43+0000 |
Any idea what this is? Anything useful? I have tons of weeds and plant in my wild overgrown yard... Hoping to put some to use. - show more posts on this group
Jami Kenoyer at 2016-06-08T22:15:37+0000 |
Can anyone I'd this plant for me? Reminds me of a carrot but it doesn't have an orange root, root is white instead. I pulled a smaller one to see. Thanks! - show more posts on this group
Alex Watson at 2016-06-08T17:03:50+0000 |
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'nigrescens' £3 - Reading, England 2 litre pot size divisions. Especially good in combination with other textures or in a gravel garden - against bare earth it gets a bit lost. Any soil, sun or shade. Will post bare root as heavy. P&P 3.30, will combine at cost. - show more posts on this group
Ginetta Jeffrey at 2016-04-20T15:33:14+0000 |
Photos from Ginetta Jeffrey's post Geranium versicolour £250 - Bridgwater This lovely hardy geranium has spotted leaves and white flowers veined with pink, nice clump former, freshly dug from garden, shown in a 1.5L pot, will be sent ex pot with compost. £2.50, will post with other plants. £3.50 2nd class. - show more posts on this group
John Seaman at 2016-06-08T20:24:34+0000 |
(SOLD) Colocasia jenningsii only one for sale £7 - London, United Kingdom P&p £3 - show more posts on this group
Siouxsie Sue at 2016-06-03T18:40:29+0000 |
Green & Golden 'Mind Your Own Business' Plants 7cm & 9cm Pots £3 - Norwich, Norfolk Soleirolia soleirolii 'Aurea' (gold) and Soleirolia soleirolii (green -not shown) Price is for one of each 7cm & 9cm pots. UK Postage £2.95 Fast growing ground cover perennials. Ideal for Fairy Gardens, sculpting 'hair' on statue - show more posts on this group
Will Purdom at 2016-06-08T16:50:12+0000 |
Photos from Will Purdom's post Jacaranda minmosifolia plant £3 - Lowestoft The Blue Jacaranda tree or Jacaranda mimosifolia is native to Central South America but grown widely around the world as a street and easy care tree. This plant likes full to half sun with well draining soils, can happily tolerate temperature - show more posts on this group
Mikal R Hope at 2016-06-09T03:29:23+0000 |
What kind of sod can I get that will grow in shade - show more posts on this group
Arianna Ladisla at 2016-06-08T20:15:52+0000 |
Photos from Arianna Ladisla's post More of my beauties - show more posts on this group
Arianna Ladisla at 2016-06-08T20:19:35+0000 |
Photos from Arianna Ladisla's post The beauty of mother nature - show more posts on this group
Arianna Ladisla at 2016-06-08T20:27:10+0000 |
Photos from Arianna Ladisla's post Chilling in my backyard. I have been sick for a few days. Have a wonderful day or evening my fellow gardeners and friends. I wish you all good health. - show more posts on this group
Boban Gorgiev at 2016-06-09T02:30:55+0000 |
This Dutch Town Will Grow Its Own Food, Live Off-grid, and Handle Its Own Waste ! - My Gardening... It’s no secret that today’s aggressive agricultural techniques can take a heavy toll on the environment, both on the land used for crops and livestock, and in the surrounding atmosphere. But a new vision of a more s - show more posts on this group
Shahbaz Gul at 2016-06-09T03:07:28+0000 |
Global Farms Wanhar مورنگا پکوڑے آج کی افطاری میں - show more posts on this group
Rau Rau at 2016-06-09T03:22:30+0000 |
Organics Organic products in Coimbatore https://m.facebook.com/organicscoimbatore/ - show more posts on this group
Arianna Ladisla at 2016-06-08T20:18:51+0000 |
Photos from Arianna Ladisla's post Gorgeous indeed. - show more posts on this group
NaveedAhmad Teharia at 2016-06-09T05:15:25+0000 |
Photos from NaveedAhmad Teharia's post Beauty of nature in my lawn - show more posts on this group
Arianna Ladisla at 2016-06-08T20:16:40+0000 |
Photos from Arianna Ladisla's post My backyard view - show more posts on this group
Ненад Трајковски at 2016-06-09T07:30:04+0000 |
It’s June, What Can I Still Plant In My Garden? - My Gardening Stories Even the most avid gardeners have a bad year! Any number of things can keep you out of the garden in April and May, weather problems, work commitments, family problems . . . we’ve all been there. But don’t give up on your garden just yet. Ther - show more posts on this group

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