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Thursday - June 30, 2005

From: Bossier City, LA
Region: Southeast
Topic: Plant Identification
Title: Plant Identification
Answered by: Nan Hampton

QUESTION:

I have a plant that someone gave me and I don't have a clue what it is. I have a picture of it on my computer. If you can send me a email address where I can send the picture to you, that would be great. Thanks.

ANSWER:

Please visit the Ask the Expert page on our website. In the lower right hand corner you will see Plant Identification that gives you instructions for sending us pictures of plants to identify.
 

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