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Re: Re: I need help identifying this plant

from Jeff Brown

I don't have one near my yard. I know where some are at. Are you from Oregon or do you know people that live here

  • Posted: Thu. 12th July 2012 17:35

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I need help identifying this plant

from Jeff Brown

Yes you can post it in the testimonials.

  • Posted: Thu. 12th July 2012 17:32

Re: Re: I need help identifying this plant

from Jeff Brown

Hi Elaine, yes it does rain a lot here. We do have cottonwoods. What I will do is let grow this year to see if it flowers or is if it is something I want to keep. If not I might be able to find a home for it with someone else. Thank you for your suggestion. I don't like cottonwood trees they make a mess and they trigger my allergies.

  • Posted: Thu. 12th July 2012 16:43

Re: Re: Re: Re: I need help identifying this plant

from Jeff Brown

Hi Nicola, I find the sight very useful. Where I life at in the US is very similar weather wise for most European countries. There is not a website like this in the US that I have been able to find. I like the monthly calender. As far what benefits go it helps me organize my plants in one place so that I can keep track of them. It does seem to be a distance between us, but the website you developed helps make sense of how plants grow, develop, were to place them. Before I had to do a lot of research online to find those answers. With your site I have everything in one location. The one downside is that there are plants that are native to my area that I cannot find on your site. Other than that I have not seen much of a difference between the UK and US in were I life. I live in Oregon in the valley. We have a lot of similar weather. We get a lot of rain, fog, wind. I can see were your sight could help me even though we are miles apart. It would be nice if someone did develop a site like this in the US, but for now I enjoy using this site. I find a lot of benefits using this site.
Thank you,
Jeff

  • Posted: Thu. 12th July 2012 16:39

Re: Re: I need help identifying this plant

from Jeff Brown

Carol, thank you I can see that after looking it up. It would make it easier if it was to follower. Another name Asclepias tuberosa - butterfly weed.

  • Posted: Thu. 12th July 2012 04:26

I need help identifying this plant

from Jeff Brown

I think it is a orange glory butterfly plant. It has not flowered. Or is it just a really big weed. This spring it was just a stick and now it has grown. There was another one that I took out in spring, because I thought it was dead. I bought three of them last year, but I did not think they survived. I was hoping somebody could recognize the leaves.

  • Posted: Wed. 11th July 2012 22:34
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Re: Re: Can someone identify this

from Jeff Brown

Thank you Cathy, It stopped flowering I am going to put a get closer shot of the leaves. That was my thinking that it was more of a rosea. The leaves are lighter. The one picture I took is more shady than the other.

  • Posted: Tue. 10th July 2012 21:57

Can someone identify this

from Jeff Brown

I know it is a deutzia - but I wasn't sure if it is rosea or magica deutzia. I wasn't sure somebody knew what type of deutzia it is. The leafs are very pale green, the flower is pink and white.

  • Posted: Sat. 7th July 2012 00:11
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