Wildflowers: wild plant

Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by alzubide, Jul 17, 2009.

  1. alzubide

    alzubide Active Member

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    Dear All, I found this plant near my land, it is wild, it looks very attractive, I found alot of bees on the flowers, the circumfernce is almost two meter, very nice green color, I took these pictures with my mobile so I hope it is clear, by the way the last time it rained in this area about mid of April, please can you identify it, thanks
     

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  2. Tyrlych

    Tyrlych Rising Contributor 10 Years

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    Capparis spinosa may be?
     
  3. alzubide

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    Thanks, I had a look at the picture in the internet and I found it very similer, I will try to take some picture with my camera again bearing in mind the pics which I have seen on the internet, thanks again
     
  4. emeraldgreenivy

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    It is Capparis spinosa.

    I have seen it throughout Jordan.
    My kids and i picked the capers, which grow abundantly, and pickled them in jars (mukhalal).

    i love this plant, but i read it doesn't grow easily from seed, and my cuttings didn't survive.
     
  5. alzubide

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    Sorry I am out of Jordan now, I did not have a chance to take more pictures, I'll be back by the end of this month and hopefully it still flourish,I will take more pics then, I think division could work for propagation
     

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