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May I ask if someone could ID this tree on the pictures please?
The tree is in the west of Ireland, just finishing flowering now....
Hi, Could someone please ID this plant for me? It is a shrub, about 1.2m high and the flowers are 5-7 cm very fragrant. My best guess is Hibiscus,...
Hi, Could Somebody tell me the name of this plant. I am guessing for Canna indica 'ssp', but I am may be well off... Thanks for the help!
Thanks Silver Surfer,
I believe Parrotia persica is correct for the first tree.
Regarding the Acer, you mentioned the flaking bark. This tree...
Hi All, Could someone help me to id these two trees? They are both very pretty at end of summer early autumn, changing color to red/purple from...
Could someone tell me what is the name of the disease on these pear leafs? Sorry for the pics quality, the effected area look like some brown or...
Could you help me to id these bamboo like plants? #4 dies back in winter, leaving many sturdy cane sticks behind. The others are evergreen. Let me...
Hi, could you help me to ID these plants please? Thank You!
I'm not sure, but is this Phormium cookianum 'Cream Delight' ?
The hight of the plant on the picture cca 1.5m (5').
Thanks for the help.
Could somone help me to id these plants?
The rose has very nice sweet smell, th ivy a bit silvery colour.
Thanks for the help.
Could you please help id these plants?
The plant on pict 4 is about 40-50 cm (16-20") tall approx.
thank you for the help
here are some other rockery plants to id
thanks a lot
Could you help ID these rockery plants?
I think it could be some sort of fruit, just starts to grow, maybe some sort of vegetable in early stage, like summer squash (Cucurbita sp.). Am...
Thanks for the help, I'm sure now, the plant is Francoa sonchifolia. Big help!
Could anyone ID the bunch of plant in the middle of the picture with the pinkish flower?
Sorry don't have any closeups of the plant, will have in...
Anyone could help me to name this nice flowering shrub.
The picture has been taken today, 19 Feb 2008, on the west coast of Ireland, and a plant...