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It looks like " Dracaena sanderiana ".
Apple festival ID this is Spartan.
Thank you for your information.
It looks like Macintosh, need your confirm. thanks
It's flowering quince for me too, and blooming here now.
I think it's 'Amaranthus inamoenus Willd '
General speaking, Rice is a tropical or subtropical plant, other than wild rice. I have no idea what species for Vancouver. Enclosed two website...
It's an interesting planting, I'll suggest sow it indoor after Mothers Day. But soak the seeds after got some sprouts first.
I left the bulbs in my flower bed for the past few years, and they look okay. Also, well-drained soil is necessary.
thanks for your reply and useful information.
What is the name of this ground cover. Thanks!
try to find out the new one roots system and make sure where to connect with old one, and cut from there. new one place in shade area for a couple...
Hello Daffoldil21, Ageed with your ideal and according to your pot size I'll recommend to prune each branch at least 50-pct back and cut one...
depend on different material, usually covered with 3 inches thickness for flower bed.
It looks like Citrus grandis (Linn.) Osbeck, common name:Shaddocks、 Pummelo.
some website about air layering: http://www.dirtdoctor.com/view_question.php?id=1771...
It looks another branch grown in left side. may be you can think about air layering this one.
try air layering or stem cutting in spring or autumn
try this website:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cibotiaceae
Cibotium Barometz is very popular in South Asia.
I think 2nd one is "cibotium baromelz J.", and the other one is related or same family.