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I fully agree with what Margot requested !!!
In addition, I think that very often the problems of plants depend on cultivation errors and it is...
Will it not be a further experiment of Thompson & Morgan's, a well-known British seed brand, after TomTato®?
A couple of years ago here...
For me it certainly belongs to the Saxifragaceae family and resembles the Saxifraga lyallii or Micranthes melanocentra
@Acerholic Here too maybe a couple of them and not even a firefly have been seen!
@Acerholic Goodmorning! But what is ... a ladybug; no, maybe it's too big .............?????
I too had thought of a Drymocallis, although a D. glandulosa .
Maybe something more of a possibility, don't you think?
@Acerholic Thanks so much!!! Since she hasn't answered me yet, I thought I'd forward the link you kindly indicated to me so if the problem is in...
On the Italian Forum in which I participate a Canadian user asked for help to chemically solve the problem of a rather important invasion of...
Sorry but the recognition of a plant based on a photo like that is a gamble.
For fun, then I gamble Gentiana cruciata.
Beautiful @Acerholic , grazie!!! I did not know either of the existence of the book or that equines loved watermelons !!!!!!! I also discovered...
Finally after a long time in a morning walk I met again several plants of Ecballium elaterium (Watermelon donkey).
The donkey watermelon,...
Could be Cestrum nocturnum.