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hawk354448
hawk354448
Small Light Pink Flower
  Small Light Pink Flower April 23, 2014
Normally grows in small bush but trimmed in this photo. Small Light Pink Flower
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lauriecummins
lauriecummins
Dragon's Blood
  Dragon's Blood March 15, 2014
Dragon's Blood
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Tobacco
  Tobacco March 11, 2014
Tobacco
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mexicancindi
mexicancindi
Angel's Trumpet
  Angel's Trumpet April 11, 2013
Angel's Trumpet
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Producer
Producer
Devil's Horn
  Devil's Horn September 05, 2012
[[]]http://www.naturesongs.com/vvplants/devilshorn.html[[]] [[]]http://waynesword.palomar.edu/ww0801.htm[[]] Devil's Horn
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riverwind
riverwind
Chinese Aster
  Chinese Aster July 29, 2012
[[]]http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3933207081609&
;set=a.1625911800669.86585.1022758414&type=3&theater
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Chinese Aster
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forager
forager
Streambank Hollyhock
  Streambank Hollyhock July 09, 2012
Streambank Hollyhock
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Producer
Producer
uknown
  uknown June 17, 2012
uknown
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jdeankL7
jdeankL7
Rosemary Grevillea
  Rosemary Grevillea June 15, 2012
Evergreen, resembles pink pearl..not sure as googling that lists it as native Australia, etc.. Rosemary Grevillea
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Mitchito
Mitchito
Prunus subhirtella 'Pendula'
  Prunus subhirtella 'Pendula' June 04, 2012
[[]]http://www.backyardgardener.com/plantname/pd_5f45.html[[
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Prunus subhirtella 'Pendula'
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ccor12
ccor12
Pink petals
  Pink petals May 02, 2012
https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/fromphone/573798090703936
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Pink petals
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davidberkeley
davidberkeley
Kwanzan cherry tree
  Kwanzan cherry tree April 25, 2012
Kwanzan cherry tree
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Producer
Producer
Manzanita
  Manzanita April 09, 2012
Manzanita
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zacsgrammy
zacsgrammy
Hellebore
  Hellebore March 13, 2012
Hellebore
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JoleanJabour
JoleanJabour
  February 26, 2012
[[]]http://wimastergardener.org/?q=Ceropegia_woodii[[]] Description: Succulent, evergreen trailing vine, that grows to 2-5 cm in height and spreads to reach up to 2-4 m in length. Stem: Thin and pendulous from which leaves hang, Leaves: Heart shaped that look somewhat like cyclamen leaves and marbled with shades of silver and green on the top, and green to purple on the under-surface. They are opposite Tubers: The roots, and occasionally the stems, will often develop tubers. On the stems thes
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Hen and Chicks Flower
  Hen and Chicks Flower July 08, 2011
These are great garden plants because they can handle freezing temperatures, and drought. Hen and Chicks Flower
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Hemp Dogbane
  Hemp Dogbane June 26, 2011
a hyperaccumulator used to sequester lead in its biomass. used as a source of fiber by Native Americans, to make hunting nets, fishing lines, clothing, and twine. Apocynum cannabinum Hemp Dogbane
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Carambola Starfruit
  Carambola Starfruit March 25, 2011
The fruit is entirely edible, including the slightly waxy skin. The flesh is crunchy, firm, and extremely juicy. The texture is similar in consistency to grapes. Carambolas are best consumed when ripe, when they are yellow with a light shade of green. They will also have brown ridges at the five edges and feel firm. Overripe starfruit will be yellow with brown spots and can become soggier in consistency. Ripe carambolas are sweet without being overwhelming, and has a tart, sour undertone. The ta Carambola Starfruit
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brianharig
brianharig
Pink Azalea
  Pink Azalea March 21, 2011
Pink Azalea
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CrookedCreek
CrookedCreek
Rosemary Grevillea
  Rosemary Grevillea March 12, 2011
Rosemary Grevillea
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
Loropetalum chinense rubrum
  Loropetalum chinense rubrum January 18, 2011
Loropetalum chinense rubrum
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SillyMommy
SillyMommy
Kalanchoe
  Kalanchoe October 03, 2010
Picked up this plant at a local supercenter's gardening section on the outdoor clearance rack. Beautiful but I have no idea what it is! Base of plant to leaves about 5-7in. Feels slightly rubbery. Multiple "branches" stemming from base of plant upwards in multiple directions about 10-15in from base. At the end of each branch is a divide to smaller branches, about 2-3cm. At the end of each long and shorter branches is a tiny 4- and 5-petal flowers. Neon orange-pink in color. Have pict Kalanchoe
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
Pink Azalea
  Pink Azalea September 20, 2010
According to Wikipedia "Azalea plants are very toxic to equines, sheep and goats, but cause no problems in cats or dogs." Their blossoms are also used in a traditional Korean grape wine called Tugyonju. [[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azalea[[]] [[]]http://www.azaleas.org/azxintro.html[[]] Pink Azalea
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terrahbell
terrahbell
 East Himalayan Balsam
  East Himalayan Balsam September 12, 2010
 East Himalayan Balsam
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jlosey
jlosey
  August 24, 2010
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jlosey
jlosey
Mountain Laurel
  Mountain Laurel August 23, 2010
Mountain Laurel
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Thunder
Thunder
Deptford Pink
  Deptford Pink August 22, 2010
The plant was given its English name by the 17th century herbalist Thomas Johnson in a celebrated case of mistaken identity. In fact, what Johnson found and described in 1633 was probably maiden pink Dianthus deltoides. As the first name given to a plant is generally the one botanists stick to, the East End of London is 'famous' for a species that has not grown there in historical times, and possibly not at all. The Oxford English Dictionary gives a reference from 1597 to "A Wilde creeping Deptford Pink
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Thunder
Thunder
Cacao
  Cacao July 09, 2010
The first Europeans to encounter cacao were Christopher Columbus and his crew in 1502, when they captured a canoe at Guanaja that contained a quantity of mysterious-looking “almonds.” The first real European knowledge about chocolate came in the form of a beverage which was first introduced to the Spanish at their meeting with Moctezuma in the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan in 1519. Cortez and others noted the vast quantities of this beverage that the Aztec emperor consumed, and how it was carefu Cacao
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Thunder
Thunder
Deptford Pink
  Deptford Pink July 06, 2010
The plant was given its English name by the 17th century herbalist Thomas Johnson in a celebrated case of mistaken identity. In fact, what Johnson found and described in 1633 was probably maiden pink Dianthus deltoides. As the first name given to a plant is generally the one botanists stick to, the East End of London is 'famous' for a species that has not grown there in historical times, and possibly not at all. The nectar of the flowers likely attracts small butterflies, skippers, long-tongued Deptford Pink
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Thunder
Thunder
Oxalis
  Oxalis July 03, 2010
Food Uses: Its leaves, flowers, and roots are edible, but beware that consumption of its leaves in large quantities is detrimental as they contain oxalic acid. Leaves - raw or cooked. A pleasant acid flavor. Use in moderation, see notes at top of sheet, Flowers - raw. A pleasant and decorative addition to the salad bowl. Most children really adore eating the flowers raw. Root - raw or cooked. The root is up to 5cm long and 15mm wide, it is crisp and juicy with a pleasant sweet mild flavor Cult Oxalis
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