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Anybody know what this flower is. I see it fairly regularly (but not now) in Houston gardens.
I originally thought it was a Green-tip forest...
I take pictures of flowers but cannot identify them. I know this is a Crepe Myrtle but I am trying to use the picture in a setting where they...
I know a person who majored in botany and specialized in flowers. I take pictures of flowers but cannot identify them. She helps me with...
What is this wildflower? The pink seed head is about 1 inch diameter. It's on about a 4 inch stem.
Which of the following is this plant?
Sprenger Asparagus 'Sprengeri'
There is a little park near me that has a section devoted to native Texas plants. I took this picture there.
unfortunately it was in direct...
This was in a pot in my next-door neighbor's front yard. She bought it at a garden center.
This is my favorite little park. I go here once a week and feed the turtles. This plant appeared suddenly about 3 weeks to a month ago and it's...
This flower was removed from the Wikipedia page because someone said it isn't Sisyrinchium angustifolium. So, what is it?
What is this is a cultivated flower? I assume it's common and cheap because a developer uses it at the entry to his development near me.
Does someone know which cultivar of Hippeastrum this is?
Made it through Houston's hard winter. It's a shrub. That's a brick wall with vine on it in the background
The person whose yard this was in said it was a Japanese Magnolia. I couldn't find a plant by that name. Googling I decided it was a Magnolia...
I know this is hard because there are so many rose species, but I thought I'd give it a try.
It was from a friend in California. It came from a marsh.
These grow in my yard in-among the St. Augustine grass.
The first picture is the flower. The second is a reference to show how small it is....
What began with a few flowers I needed identified led to this:
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There's a second page....
Obviously I arrived too late
Am I right about it being a gardenia
But, I don't see it in the lily images on Google
Earlier I identified this as verbena, is that correct?