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Help with plant ID
September 01, 2004
I found this plant alongside the road in a field in North Dallas. The dirt was fairly dry, and image is attached.
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How common is white blooming Mountain Laurel
April 01, 2003
Is white blooming Mountain Laurel common?
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Smarty Plants on epiphytes
February 20, 2003
Can you identify the "air plants" that are hanging in the trees? They are grayish-green, and hang down like a necklace.
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Blue vervain native to Indiana
January 06, 2003
I have a species I need to know if it is native to my area (southern Indiana) - Blue Vervain (Verbena hastata)
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