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Maybe some variety of impatiens?
Does anyone know if I should be concerned about growing my cucumbers, in an area that may also have flowering vines of the Marah genus? We have...
Someone who's land we were on last summer asked us the same question, they were from one of the lake states and they had heard of it working there...
Oops didn't refresh the page before I posted that last one:)
Could it be some sort of Primula?
they look pretty big, if this is a place they have occurred naturally (and conditions have not drastically changed) they will likely come back.
Here is a link for Geranium molle
Not sure but may be Geranium molle... Dovefoot Geranium.
Yar, ninebark by common name, one of my favorites for the creek side garden.
What are the symptoms predeath? Are there any signs of disease in the foliage, or any fruiting bodies near the base of on the stem of the willow?...
Forgetmenots found in Camas Valley OR. Thanks to Michael F for ID'ing them.
Safety in numbers.
These are great by the way!
Maybe some sort of begonia?
Thanks Michael I appreciate it! I was messing around with photo shop and did not know what to call them:)
I have tried to ID this, I am really not good at even getting the families right unless its horribly obvious. Can anyone help me out with this...
This picture was taken in Camas Valley Oregon, not exactly rare and exciting but a common forest friend in the PNW.
almost looks like old palm fronds
Gee, I have no idea what the plant is... looks like a big ol nast slug had its way with it though, or a horse with a very bad cold.
My Grandmother planted about four grape vines along her fence, the first year they were so so and the second and third they were really pretty......
Is it some sort of cherry? Prunus....