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Lorax - looking at A cubense I believe you are correct, I didn't think it was A schelechtendalil (I forgot the key word NOT, when talking about...
We have a large Anthurium schlechtendalii subsp. schlechtendalii (you can google it and the first few images are from NYBG). We have one of these...
Anthurium of sort I believe.
1-4 - Could be various varieties of Zinnia.
5 - Not sure what leaves go with that flower.
6 - Cosmos possibly (the very thin leaves) and more...
Looks like a Sedum - possibly Sedum telephium 'Autumn Joy'.
Without a pic I would venture a guess at a Duranta of some sort.
But that's just a shot in the dark without a picture.
Possibly thinking Fagus.
Looks like some kind of Gall Mite.
Compare with Prunus serotina.
Read about 'Bolting'.
When did you sow your seeds? They are both cool season crops.
I am not really sure as to why it is not doing well however - I feel you have some kind of tree ferns (possibly something in the Cyatheaceae...
Daniel - yes I have done that search and read most of those articles. But I do appreciate your assistance.
No help - just posting to see what the answer is.
Compare with - Rhipsalis capilliformis
Here is a short definition.
Does anyone have any articles on EC (and its relationship to plants) preferably something from a University.
Any help would be appreciated.
Ron has a point - do you know why the 2 others didn't make it - that could give light as to why the 3rd isn't flowering.
Is it putting on new...
I don't know a whole lot about Strelitzia but from my small amount of experience with them they bloom better when slightly pot bound - don't know...
They probably have a disease called black spot - a very common disease among roses.
The attachment has some management practices you should...