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Yellow Button Flower? Yellow Button Flower?
1
lauren24
Yellow Button Flower?
I recently purchased a yellow perennial. Listed on this website as a yellow button flower. Does amyone have the botanical name or common name? Thanks.
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May 21, 2010
   
gardengeek
I think it's a Ranunculus Acris 'Flore-pleno' If you go to this page you can ask him directly throught the comment form at the bottom.
  Meadow Buttercup Meadow Buttercup
Meadow Buttercup
i remember this plant growing in an empty lot near my childhood home and it always fascinated me; for years I've searched for it; now, here in my new home's perennial bed several of them have shown up

 
purple Rosaceae purple Rosaceae
2
Kim
Looking for a dark purple flower of the Rosaceae family.


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May 19, 2010
   
gardengeek
Could you upload an image?
 
no bloom no bloom
3
clare
I have a chinese trumpet creeper that is in the ground for the third year and it has never bloomed. It is 10 feet or so and in mixed sun and shade.Why will it not bloom?
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May 15, 2010
   
Thunder
I have recently read that this is a sun loving plant and requires full sun to bloom....you stated it was in a mixed sun shade spot...so maybe
andis311
soil might be too compact (clay) or its not well drained.
 
Unknown Perinneal? Unknown Perinneal?
4
Jeanine
I am attempting to identify a perinneal of which I grew in my flower bed a fews years ago. I cannot remember the name but I have a pic I could send to you. It is a kelly-green clump, looks like long grass, and flowers project from this clump by long slender green stems with dark, pink, bouncy multi-petaled flowers.

Can you identify this? Or could I send you a pic?

Thanks
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April 29, 2010
     
Lewis Monkeyflower Lewis Monkeyflower
5
Aquamarine
How do you plant a lewis monkeyflower? when would you plant it? how are the seeds carried naturally?
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April 26, 2010
   
Thunder
All the Mimulus can be increased by division during the spring. Those derived from species like Mimulus luteus and M.guttatus produce neat over-wintering rosettes which can be lifted separated and replanted. Although species like M.cardinalis and M.lewisii can be increased by spring division, they do not produce rosettes of foliage as many other species do and few plants result from dividing a clump. Short stem cuttings taken during late spring and summer root very easily and are the best meth
 
bulb transplanting bulb transplanting
6
frederick s krampitz
transplanting flowering bulbs, how soon after blossoming can bulbs be removed safely and how long before they can be replanted?
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April 22, 2010
   
Thunder
Flowering Bulb plants should not be disturbed until the green leafy tops die down naturally. They need this time to regenerate and restore nutrients. Once dug allow the bulb to dry before replanting
 
purchasing the yellow petunia from Brazil purchasing the yellow petunia from Brazil
7
kristy
i saw the yellow petunia from Brazil on your site, and was wondering if they are available in the United States. As dark yellow as the pansies are, i cannot find any petunias that dark yellow.
Thank you,

Kristy Penrod
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April 07, 2010
     
what do daffodils like what do daffodils like
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jessica
what so daffodils like what kind of weather how damp the soil is stuff like that
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March 25, 2010
   
Thunder
Daffodils prefer a deep rather stiff soil but succeeds in most soils. Grows well in heavy clay soils. Succeeds in sun or shade. Grows well on woodland edges
 
help with identification help with identification
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vicki chandler
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2614/4123291063_fee994c106_s.jpg
do you know what kind of flower this is?
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February 06, 2010
   
gardengeek
I'm not sure, If you could post some larger pictures (preferably here), that showed the leaves, and the whole plant, everyone can take a better look.
 
White Daisy like Flowe with big Round Center White Daisy like Flowe with big Round Center
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cpelavin
White Daisy like Flowe with big Round Center
I am doing photographs of local flower beds in NYC. I have a daisy like or ehinacea like flower, it's got 15 white petals and a large center globe with a green and orange center. The center becomes a globe with green spikes ending in orange. Can I send a jpg of it? I am very ignorant regarding plants and although I bought American Horticultural Society Encyclopedia of plants and flowers I find I have to page through it to find my flowers, is there a better cultivated flower book?
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December 26, 2009
   
gardengeek
Hi cpelavin The flower on your profile, is an Echinacea, which is a genus (sub-family) of the Asters.. There are about 9-10 different species in the genus. you can upload images by clicking the "Add Image" icon in the middle of the top of the site. You can add a page for each plant, that way you can keep track of all them and learn their relations to other plants etc... Thanks!
 
Bee Control Bee Control
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sheila
How can I keep bees off my Sedum flowers? They're by my front door.
Thank you,
Sheila
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September 14, 2009
   
Esselean
Plant something more attractive to bees elsewhere in the garden? Move or remover your plants? Be thankful for the wonderful pollination job the bees are doing?
 
help with African Violets? help with African Violets?
12
mlarue1959
help with African Violets?
These are some juvenile African violets I purchased about three months ago. They do not seem to be doing well. They are on the back lanai, get limited direct sunlight, soil remains moist never dry. Can anyone give me some tips on how to bring these plants around? I would appreciate the help.
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September 07, 2009
     
flower identification flower identification
13
audra
I have a photo of a flower but I don't know what it it & didn't see it in here, is there any way to e-mail the photo for identification?
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September 05, 2009
   
lorincook
The best way would be to create an account on this site so you'll be able to upload the image or any others to the profile you've created, where other members will be able to view them for help with identification, comments, information, etc.
 
Lotus Flower Lotus Flower
14
Lilac
Lotus Flower
Hi! I really like Lotus Flowers and I was wondering if anyone had any information on them. Thanks!
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August 07, 2009
   
lorincook
here is a good article about the Lotus flower: www.kingtutshop.com freeinfo Lotus-Flower.htm
 
Flower buds turn black Flower buds turn black
15
Rebecca Brooks
The buds on my coreopsis and gallardria turn black instead of blooming. Why?
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July 29, 2009
   
lorincook
Could be Crown Rot.... take a look at this page: yardener.com YardenersPlantHelper LandscapePlantFiles FilesAboutFlowers FlowersPerennials Coreopsis SolvingCoreopsisProblems
 
What is the name of this plant? What is the name of this plant?
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Effie Dial
I have a picture of a beautiful flower a friend in Florida sent me. She doesn't know the name of it and I've never seen anything like it. I think it is some kind of lilly. Can you help identify it. How can I send the picture to you?
Thanks for your help.
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May 26, 2009
   
fadinha_green
The best way is to sign up as a member; it's FREE!!sign up and upload the flower under the flower identifier tab. That way anyone can help to identify your flower.
 
Identify a flower Identify a flower
17
Jackie
Please help identify my plant.. it is pale blue, star shaped flower but with a center star too. It looks like it comes from a tuber, and has long thin leaves. The flowers only last less than a day and then become a ball of seeds like a dandelion. I have a photo if I can send it?
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May 15, 2009
     
5 petal pink tree identification 5 petal pink tree identification
18
Susan
Please help me find this flower. I saw somebody calling it cherry tree, but I don't think it is the one.

http://healthyhomegardening.com/Flower.php?pid=437
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May 09, 2009
   
gardengeek
I have a page about this somewhere, let me look for it.
 
Watering plants and flowers Watering plants and flowers
19
heidbenati
Watering plants and flowers
Is there a best time of the day to water your plants and flowers??
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March 22, 2009
   
heidbenati
It sure does ;-)
Thunder
It is preferable not to water when the sun is full up, it can burn the plants. To water too late also has issues, it can cause damping off, and attract slugs! Personally I would prefer to water as the sun comes up, but since that is when I get to sleep, I tend to water around 4 pm, there is time before sunset for the moisture to be absorbed and the suns rays are not too intense. Hope that helps a little :o))
 

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