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I have an awful chain link fence I’d like to obscure, and thought Emerald n Gold could help. However when I look up their sizing info,...
Thanks Ron B! I will have to look for another plant that looks exactly the same and suits the same spot...
Hi there, anyone have any success with growing this on in Vancouver or Victoria?
I Had one for 2 or 3 years and then last winter it died. I'd...
Could be Crataegus mollis. The leaves are quite similar, and they have quite long and thin spikes, if that is what I see in your picture.
ack! Bindweed/Convovulus arvensis
Looks like it could be an Ox eye Daisy. Will have Shasta daisy-type flowers in the summer, but much smaller.
The foliage reminds me more of Chamelaucium. What do you think?
Looks to be Aubretia. This is the time of year when it looks it's best.
It's actually a perennial ground cover.
Japanese Snowbell? are there any clusters of immature flower buds on it?
Zingiber zerumber looks like
good point, Michael.
But, look at the shape of the leaf in the pic that jaistar12 posted - where the petiole meets the leaf in that off centre...
I'm not sure the Dodonea has such pointy leaves
Looks a lot like a begonia. Are you sure it's a shrub?
A begonia it will have snappy, fleshy branches, not woody.