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I found this pale peach mushroom in interior Alaska amongst birch trees in semi shady conditions growing through dead leaves in late July. Cap is somewhat funnel shaped and curls under at edges and covers gills in young, but opens on maturity. Shaft is thick and smooth. They are alone or in small groups less than five. Do you know what it is and whether or not it is edible? They are prolific in my yard.
I've been looking for gardenias for so long now with no luck. I was walking my dog this evening and I was overcome by a beautiful scent that came from the plant or flower. It reminds me of the way gardenias smell but I don't remember them looking like this. I thought gardenias were a little bigger than these small blooms. The petals on this flower are only about a half inch and anywhere between an 1/8 of an inch to a 1/4 of an inch in width. These remind me of a windmill. Does anyone know what this plant or flower is?
I have a croton plant that has something growing on the leaves it has a white stem like section that is attached to the leaf and a black top and it has completely covered the leaf. I have no idea what it is
I have a 'creeping Charlie house plant' and the leaves are curling under. What can I do?
How do I add a photo of a fungus to your site. I saw where to do it, then realized I had to belong, so signed up, now instead of \\\"photo\\\" the site says \\\"video.\\\"
Looking for someone to help me identify a flower. It is growing in pots on my boyfriend's front porch, but he does not know its name. Low growing, so probably ground cover, plump spiky leaves, multi-colored flowers with broad petals that close at night.
I had a flower given to me and I have no idea what it is. The stems are like an air fern the blooms have 3 white petals on one side and the base is a light blue. It is dying and I don't know what to do for it because I do not know what it is. Please help!
Can I use the photo of Amaranth in a presentation on edible weeds and in a blurb in a newsletter?
I would like help identifying a flower, please. Tall, sturdy reddish stalks, quite large pink flowers, similar in shape to "touch-me-not" or jewelweed. The seed pods pop/spin open when they are touched and small black peppercorn sized seeds spray in every direction.