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michaelv50
michaelv50
6 petals--red flowers--2 ft high
  6 petals--red flowers--2 ft high July 03, 2014
6 petals--red flowers--2 ft high
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Plantasic
Plantasic
TickleMe Plant
  TickleMe Plant June 21, 2014
[[]]http://ticklemeplant.com[[]] TickleMe Plant
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sweetiemagic
sweetiemagic
Amaryllis
  Amaryllis September 08, 2012
Amaryllis
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lucybelle
lucybelle
Tiger lily
  Tiger lily July 24, 2012
Tiger lily
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Esselean
Esselean
Milkmaids
  Milkmaids July 08, 2012
[[http://www.pbase.com/lambsfeathers/image/105045205]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burchardia_umbellata]] Milkmaids
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huntbot
huntbot
Large Yellow flowers, grass-like leaves
  Large Yellow flowers, grass-like leaves June 29, 2012
Large Yellow flowers, grass-like leaves
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forager
forager
Wild Iris
  Wild Iris June 23, 2012
Wild Iris
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mamamtn1
mamamtn1
Large Wild Iris
  Large Wild Iris June 16, 2012
many of the flowers grow from one long, leaf bush like plant. about 3ft or taller. Large Wild Iris
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TheMurph56
TheMurph56
Glory of the Snow
  Glory of the Snow May 08, 2012
Glory of the Snow
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Esselean
Esselean
Blue Flax Lily
  Blue Flax Lily May 08, 2012
Native Australian tuffed 'grass' with long strapy leave. Bright purple/blue star shaped flowers followed by pea sized edible berries. Please note that only this species is known to have edible fruit. Dianella Tasmanica which looks very similar is not edible and is rumored to not be very tasty either! Blue Flax Lily
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MrFlores
MrFlores
Tulip
  Tulip April 16, 2012
Tulip
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jkoregan
jkoregan
Haemanthus coccineus (AFRICAN BLOOD LILY)
  Haemanthus coccineus (AFRICAN BLOOD LILY) March 16, 2012
spotted stem with no leaves & flowering in a shady spot in clumps Haemanthus occurs in widely varying habitats, mainly coastal scrub and rocky slopes, throughout the winter rainfall region of South Africa. One of the surprises of late summer, with flowerheads like bright shaving brushes popping up from underground bulbs, is Haemanthus coccineus which has a large number of variations and is one of 11 species of Haemanthus. Haemanthus coccineus (AFRICAN BLOOD LILY)
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JoleanJabour
JoleanJabour
Ledoboaria socialis
  Ledoboaria socialis February 26, 2012
Blooming Time: In winter in the greenhouse, it blooms with very small, greenish-white flowers. Culture: Ledebouria socialis need full sun to partial shade with a well-drained soil mix. We use a soil mix consisting of 1 part peat moss to 1 part loam to 2 parts sand or perlite. The plants are allowed to dry thoroughly in between waterings. Plants are fertilized on a monthly basis with a balanced fertilizer diluted to ½ the strength recommended on the label. They are very vigorous growers an Ledoboaria socialis
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jafrayne
jafrayne
Silver Squill
  Silver Squill July 24, 2011
Silver Squill
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mslaguy007
mslaguy007
Foxtail lily
  Foxtail lily June 30, 2011
http://www.greggsplaceontheweb.org/more-pictures.php Foxtail lily
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laurenehrler
laurenehrler
small white flower
  small white flower May 12, 2011
small white flower
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sjcatl22
sjcatl22
Small crimson flower
  Small crimson flower April 22, 2011
Very strong fruit smell. Small crimson flower
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lydiesmommy
lydiesmommy
White Asphodel
  White Asphodel April 09, 2011
White Asphodel
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
Loropetalum chinense rubrum
  Loropetalum chinense rubrum January 18, 2011
Loropetalum chinense rubrum
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
Torch Lily
  Torch Lily October 16, 2010
[[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kniphofia_uvaria[[]] Much
more information on this plant, along with intensely
wonderful images can be found at the following website:
[[]]http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/indexmag.html?http:/
/www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/artaug09/bj-torchlily.html[[]]
Torch Lily
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boyhuntsforbliss
boyhuntsforbliss
Toad lily
  Toad lily October 05, 2010
Picture is taken last fall after the first frost! New
flowers are still in bud stage for this year.
[[]]http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs655.snc4/6
1569_544195361390_41900725_31834691_5793164_n.jpg[[]]
Toad lily
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tktikara
tktikara
Water hyacinth
  Water hyacinth September 30, 2010
More detailed information on this plant can be found here -
[[]]http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/wq/plants/weeds/aqua010.h
tml[[]] Its a non-native invasive freshwater plant. (Weed
for short lol)
Water hyacinth
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Sego Lily
  Sego Lily July 19, 2010
Sego Lily
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Thunder
Thunder
Chives
  Chives July 16, 2010
Chives have been cultivated in Europe since the Middle Ages, although signs of its usage date back to 5000 years ago Chives were used in traditional folk medicine to treat intestinal parasites, enhance the immune system, stimulate digestion, and treat anemia. Medicinal Uses: They are a great blood cleanser and for fighting fungal infections, mildew, and scab. All Alliums can be used for control of high blood pressure, but it takes a fairly large quantity, and the larger members of the Allium f Chives
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Thunder
Thunder
Saffron Crocus
  Saffron Crocus July 10, 2010
The history of saffron cultivation reaches back more than 3,000 years. The wild precursor of domesticated saffron crocus was Crocus cartwrightianus. Human cultivators bred wild specimens by selecting for unusually long stigmas. Thus, a sterile mutant form of C. cartwrightianus, C. sativus, emerged in late Bronz Age Crete. Experts believe saffron was first documented in a 7th century BC Assyrian botanical reference compiled under Ashurbanipal. Since then, documentation of saffron's use over the s Saffron Crocus
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Thunder
Thunder
Trout Lily
  Trout Lily July 03, 2010
Medicinal Uses: Trout Lily is used in alternative medicine as contraceptive, diuretic, emetic, emollient, febrifuge, stimulant. The leaves and bulb are crushed and used to dress wounds and reduce swellings, for scrofula and other skin problems. A medicinal tea made from the root and leaf is said to reduce fever and fainting, tea also taken for ulcers, tumors and swollen glands The plant was also used medicinally to heal ulcers and as a contraceptive. The plant is believed to be mildly emetic an Trout Lily
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Thunder
Thunder
Sun Star
  Sun Star July 02, 2010
Cultivation: O. dubium is frost-tender and is best grown in containers but is not easy to flower the next season. The main soil requirement is excellent drainage, ample water in the spring. It is mainly grown for cut flower and flowering pot-plant production. Tolerates 36-90° F. 50-80° F is ideal. In dormancy, the bulbs below ground level can tolerate temperatures as low as 10° F. Propagation: You can propagate from bulb offsets. = Warning: Keep your pets attention of Sun Star
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Thunder
Thunder
Arabian Star of Bethlehem
  Arabian Star of Bethlehem July 02, 2010
Cultivation: Monitor soil moisture all season, watering as needed. Feed biweekly with a balanced, soluble fertilizer, following package directions. After flowering, stop feeding, and reduce watering. Do not deadhead until all flowering has stopped. After leaves yellow, cut off foliage. In Zones 8 and colder, dig bulbs, and store in a cool spot (40°F), in shallow boxes filled with dry soil, peat, and sand. Propagation: In spring, set bulbs 2-3 inches deep, and 4-5 inches apart for cut flowe Arabian Star of Bethlehem
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Thunder
Thunder
Skeleton-leaf Goldeneye
  Skeleton-leaf Goldeneye June 26, 2010
Medicinal Uses: The Navajo and Ramah peoples have specified a related species (Heliomaris longiflolia) as a ‘life medicine’ Food Uses: Seed. The Gosiute Indians formerly used the seeds for food Cultivation: Plant it in lean, very well drained, alkaline soil in full to part shade although it does best here in full sun. In areas with clay soil, consider placing this shrub in a raised bed. It also does well in a deep pot and at the top of sloped areas. Propagation: Gather the achenes as they tur Skeleton-leaf Goldeneye
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Blue Ginger
  Blue Ginger June 18, 2010
a tropical plant which resembles ginger in growth and habit, but is actually a relative of the wandering Jew plant. The plant is native to the tropical woodlands of North, Central and South America, specially in Atlantic Forest vegetation in Brazil. Of the family Commelinaceae, they are cultivated for their handsome spotted stems, large shiny foliage which is held horizontally, surmounted by striking blue flowers. Blue Ginger
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