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Thank you for your help Hortiphoto.
These two plants are in a friend's garden in Italy. We need help in identifying them. Thank you.
leaf no. 2 and the last flower might belong together - plumeria.
but am not very sure.
2. a type of Deutzia
Spot on. Finally, I have a name for it and can check pruning advice etc.
Many thanks Ron B.
may I ask your help in ID-ing this tree? (i need it to check on care tips for this tree).
are they fruit trees?
So, is it A. platanoides? or A. cappadocicum? :)
HereÂ´s a pic of the tree-
wow! That looked like a perfect match. Thanks for the help.
Pls help ID this tree. Thanks.
Oh yes! Narcissus. :) I really didnt recognize them. I wasn't used to seeing narcis being used in flower arrangements. Moreso, haven't seen them...
As I watched the 'valedictory address' of our (former) Queen Beatrix last Monday night, I cant help but notice the flower arrangement on her...
I want to ask if anybody here has experience in planting root materials. I ordered plants online and I failed to check that some are root...
this tree has become popular in that village because it remains almost the only green tree (with the exception of real evergreens) when all others...
oh it's a Ginkgo. i didn't know that Ginkgo's can remain evergreen in winter and shed leaves just when the rest of the trees are starting to grow...
does not shed leaves in autumn but does towards the end of winter and grows foliage again in summer.
will appreciate your help. thanks.
i am not sure if this is the right thread to post this...
we have an ornamental cherry tree which flowered beautifully in late winter, and slowly...
it looks similar to one of mine. mine is Peperomia Rotundifolia.