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Iam not sure that this will help ...but my experience.
Ive had this problem and deer browsing damage with young trees (various species) in...
Looks really tasty....you are making me hungry!
Thanks for posting
thank you for posting
definitely an Ephedra species.....perhaps Ephedra foeminea ?
Looks really good - congratulations and thank you for posting.
just a note..... Tropaeolum majus, whilst not listed in the legislation, is considered an invasive species in Portugal (including Madeira)....
I am always nervous identifying plants from photos, but I agree a Lathyrus sp and I think Lathyrus tingitanus which is quite common in...
we have quite a lot of Arbutus unedo on our land in southern Portugal - i guess around 150 or may be more. Establishment has been hit and...
What a fascinating plant...thanks Axel for the ID...perfect timing for Christmas...but how on earth can you kiss underneath it??
Compare with this photo of the fruits of a related Euphorbia, E. tirucalli:
Euphorbia tirucalli fruit
I think it is a Euphorbia.- out of flower.....perhaps E. burmannii (?)
A great photo of a fabulous tree - thank you for posting.
One of the great joys in my life was to see (experience) the coast redwoods in their...
the depth of the main spread of roots depends on the rootstock - the deepest are with almond rootstocks. You have a peach rootstock...
i have some thoughts on this:
1. I wonder if the roots have grown out much since planting or whether they are restricted to a small soil...
agree with Cistus salvifolius, but from your photo, I think that the second could be Nonea vesicaria - a common roadside plant in the part of...
Kubitzki's 'The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants' is a fantastic resource, but as you have found is sometimes not up to date with...
you need the plant list:
Agree = Linaria purpurea
A garden escapee and not native in the UK, but widely established:...
you may have 4 species present.
1: The broad flat 'leaf' may be the green alga Ulva lactuca
2: the wrinkled bubbly 'leaf' may be Ulva...
maybe I need to clarify. By "in the dry season" I meant in the dry season which occurs each year. See for example this account:...