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joe
joe
Can you help me to identify this plant!? Thanks!
  Can you help me to identify this plant!? Thanks! June 04, 2015
Can you help me to identify this plant!? Thanks!
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Pitanga
  Pitanga March 11, 2014
Pitanga
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forager
forager
Ginko
  Ginko July 16, 2012
The Ginko dates back to the Permian, about 270 million years years ago. The dinosaurs came on to the scene about 230 million years ago. The dinosaurs then went extinct about 65 million years ago. in China; some planted trees at temples are believed to be over 1,500 years old. tolerates pollution and confined soil spaces. They rarely suffer disease problems, even in urban conditions, and are attacked by few insects Hiroshima, Japan, six trees growing between 1–2 km from the 1945 atom bomb expl Ginko
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giselle1962
giselle1962
unknown
  unknown May 02, 2012
unknown
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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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HARAD01
HARAD01
Tall columnar herbaceous plant w/large leathery oval leaves
  Tall columnar herbaceous plant w/large leathery oval leaves September 23, 2011
Tall columnar herbaceous plant w/large leathery oval leaves
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badgirl1078
badgirl1078
Madigascar Dragon tree
  Madigascar Dragon tree August 01, 2011
Madigascar Dragon tree
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LaurenceHolbrook
LaurenceHolbrook
Tall Meadow Rue
  Tall Meadow Rue June 30, 2011
Tall Meadow Rue
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LaurenceHolbrook
LaurenceHolbrook
Woods' Rose
  Woods' Rose June 29, 2011
Woods' Rose
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AlyDawn
AlyDawn
Japanese Privet
  Japanese Privet February 07, 2011
[[]]http://www.duke.edu/~cwcook/trees/lija.html[[]] Japanese Privet
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mercury996
mercury996
Cleome hassleriana
  Cleome hassleriana August 22, 2010
Cleome hassleriana
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Thunder
Thunder
Goldenrain tree
  Goldenrain tree August 20, 2010
Medicinal Uses: The flowers are ophthalmic. They are used in the treatment of conjunctivitis and epiphora Food Uses: The seeds are edible when roasted, but not commonly consumed Other Notes: In some areas, notably the eastern United States and particularly in Florida, it is considered an invasive species. yellow dye is obtained from the flowers. A black dye is obtained from the leaves. The seeds are used as beads in necklaces etc Cultivation details: Succeeds in any good loamy soil and in dr Goldenrain tree
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Thunder
Japanese Flowering Quince
  Japanese Flowering Quince June 19, 2010
Chaenomeles and other quinces have been grown for centuries for food, medicine, and so that people may enjoy their beauty. The fruit is mentioned as a medicinal by the Greek physician Theophrastus (ca. 300 B.C.). Medicinal Uses: The Chinese herb was first described in the Mingyi Bielu by Tao Hongjing (ca. 500 A.D.). Its special reputation is that it relaxes the tendons, muscles, and meridians. This property was originally understood in relation to the ancient concept that the sour taste soften Japanese Flowering Quince
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Thunder
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Bougainvillea
  Bougainvillea June 18, 2010
Cultivation: Likes rich loamy, well-drained soils but is tolerant and adapts to many soil types. Give light feedings three times a year. The bougainvilleas are salt tolerant with some protection behind the dune line. When grown in containers, keep the roots crowded for best flowering. In winter let container grown plants rest by reducing water and withholding fertilizer. Bright sunny conditions are best. Normal watering. If blossoming stops, let soil dry out to force more flowers. Tolerates shor Bougainvillea
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Thunder
Castor Bean Plant
  Castor Bean Plant June 17, 2010
Although the seeds or beans are extremely poisonous, they are the source of numerous economically important products and are one of earliest commercial products. Castor beans have been found in ancient Egyptian tombs dating back to 4000 B.C., and the oil was used thousands of years ago in wick lamps for lighting. Castor oil has been used medicinally in the United States since the days of the pioneers. As Americans moved west after the Civil War, settlers were very attracted to Indian medicines Castor Bean Plant
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Red Osier Dogwood
  Red Osier Dogwood June 16, 2010
The fruit of several species in the subgenera Cornus and Benthamidia is edible, though without much flavour. The berries of those in subgenus Swida are mildly toxic to people, though readily eaten by birds. They were used by pioneers to brush their teeth. The pioneers would peel off the bark, bite the twig and then scrub their teeth. [[]]http://healthyhomegardening.com/Plant.php?pid=577[[]] Red Osier Dogwood
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Alumroot
  Alumroot June 09, 2010
Called coral bells because of its terra cotta-colored flowers, can be found in the warm, dry canyons of Arizona. Though tangy and slightly astringent, the leaves may be used to liven up bland greens. Natives of the Northwest U.S. have used tonic derived of Alumroot roots to aid digestive difficulties, but extractions from the root can also be used to stop minor bleeding, reduce inflammation, and otherwise shrink moist tissues after swelling. These were super tiny flowers. Saxifrage means Rock Alumroot
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Flowering Dogwood
  Flowering Dogwood May 29, 2010
: This species has in the past been used in the production of inks, scarlet dyes, and as a quinine substitute. The hard, dense wood has been used for products such as golf club heads, mallets, wooden rake teeth, tool handles, jeweler’s boxes and butcher’s blocks The fruit is not poisonous, but is almost inedible raw. When the seed is removed and the flesh is mashed, it can be mixed with other fruits and made into jams, jellies etc. Legend has it that the wood from the Dogwood tree was used for t Flowering Dogwood
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Tulip Poplar
  Tulip Poplar May 29, 2010
Early North American explorers were impressed with the size of the tulip poplars discovered in the New World. Samples of the species were sent to Europe for cultivation and today tulip poplar is the most popular American tree grown in Europe. After the Civil War, railroads accessing southern Appalachia were built and the massive logging of tulip poplar ensued. The wood was used for canoes, ships, paper pulp and construction. The root is used as a lemon-like flavoring in spruce beer, where it a Tulip Poplar
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Banana - Cavendish
  Banana - Cavendish May 28, 2010
Though they grow as high as trees, banana and plantain plants are not woody and their apparent "stem" is just the bases of the huge leaf stalks. Thus they are technically gigantic herbs. Banana - Cavendish
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Jessica0513
Jessica0513
Unknown Plant
  Unknown Plant May 25, 2010
Unknown Plant
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raspirate
raspirate
Sweet William
  Sweet William May 20, 2010
[[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dianthus_barbatus[[]]
[[]]http://www.missouriplants.com/Redopp/Dianthus_barbatus_p
age.html[[]]
[[]]http://www.google.com/search?um=1&hl=en&q=Dianth
us%20barbatus&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=iw[[]]
Sweet William
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Jessica0513
Jessica0513
miniature roses
  miniature roses May 16, 2010
miniature roses
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Jessica0513
Jessica0513
hybrid yellow tomatos
  hybrid yellow tomatos May 16, 2010
hybrid yellow tomatos
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Entheogen
Entheogen
Banisteriopsis Caapi
  Banisteriopsis Caapi May 10, 2010
Ayahuasca is made by combining the vine of the 'Jagube' (Banisteriopsis Caapi) with the leaves of the shrub called 'Rainha' (Psychotria Viridis) It contains harmine, harmaline, and tetrahydroharmine, all of which are both beta-carboline harmala alkaloids and MAOIs. Ayahuasca (Santo Daime) The name Ayahuasca means "vine of the soul" in Quechuan. In addition to its hallucinogenic properties, caapi is used for its healing properties as a purgative, effectively cleansing the body of Banisteriopsis Caapi
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terrahbell
terrahbell
CONQUISTADOR CELERY
  CONQUISTADOR CELERY May 09, 2010
CONQUISTADOR CELERY
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terrahbell
terrahbell
GLENORA GRAPE
  GLENORA GRAPE May 08, 2010
GLENORA GRAPE
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terrahbell
terrahbell
RADISH
  RADISH May 08, 2010
RADISH
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terrahbell
terrahbell
"CORAL SUNSET" ASIATC LILY
  "CORAL SUNSET" ASIATC LILY May 07, 2010
"CORAL SUNSET" ASIATC LILY
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mamaeagle
mamaeagle
Dragon Arum
  Dragon Arum May 03, 2010
Dragon Arum
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