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could it be a type of calliopsis/coreopsis?
looks like a viburnum with leaf beetle damage
a yellow wood sorrel. Oxalis sp maybe?
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looks like a kiwifruit actinide kolomikta
Actinidia kolomikta (Variegated Kiwi Vine)
Nectaroscordum siculum or Sicilian honey garlic. I think at one time it was allium bulgaricum
Nectaroscordum siculum (Sicilian Honey Garlic)
the first picture shows the reproductive spore bearing stalk. it is called a strobili (the conelike part at the top). the second is a new...
I have looked at my copy of the plant records from Vandusen and it states west Himalayas afghan to c . Nepal. Usually Vandusen has the annotation...
euphorbia leuconeura or Madagascar jewel
Madagascar Juwel (Euphorbia leuconeura)
could it be in the myrtaceae? something like Syzygium? the green open flanges and the naked stamens seen to suggest that? or am I way off? a...
could be a cone from Pinus Banksiana Jack pine. they often have uneven growth in the seed bracts
in the genus Opuntia but I'm not sure of the specific epithet for this
Tilia of some sort I think. common name linden or basswood
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lists Seabrook, Cecil S., Tacoma, Washington, USA
Kudzu? genus Pueraria?
(PDF) A Guide to the identification of Salix (willows) in Alberta
Euphorbia 'Diamond Frost'
File:Euphorbia Diamond Frost.JPG - Wikimedia Commons
I have these 3 Malus growing in a small parking lot near work.
I know without provenance it may be impossible to get 100%...
the leaves were all over the spectrum with this sample! the D shape to the samara was familiar but I had a blanc brain
Please may I have help in identifying this Maple
I have this small tree about 3-4 m in height in a planted bed with no tag