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Thanks for the information.
I hope this can be a discussion rather than an argument as I'm sure you know much more about this than I.
It seems to me your link made my point...
Thanks for your reply.
I can't disagree as I don't know what it is but. . . I googled C. miniata and I have seen several of them at different...
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...
The references you give certainly show what you say. However here's a reverence that's different.
Thank you Sundrop
Thanks. That was my post when I shot the picture in 2016 trying to confirm my flower lady's identification.
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...
I've advanced a little since I made that post. I now think it's either a 'Powderpuff' Mimosa strigillosa or possibly a Sensitive Briar, genus...
What is this wildflower? The pink seed head is about 1 inch diameter. It's on about a 4 inch stem.
I think there is general agreement on Asparagus Fern -- asparagus densiflorus 'sprengeri'
I've become confused by Junglekeepers quote that says
'Protasparagus densiflorus is a synonym of Asparagus densiflorus.'
OK. I've pulled some of it up and if these are rhizomes then it has them. As far as I'm concerned it cannot be Foxtail fern because it looks...
Absent other replies I will assume it is asparagus densiflorus 'sprengeri'
I have never seen individual members standing or dense like this (I can't get the picture link to work.)
My wife says the plant has red berries...
The common name for all these contains fern but they are not ferns.
You're supposed to be narrowing it, not broadening it! :-)
Which of the following is this plant?
Sprenger Asparagus 'Sprengeri'