What Is This Flower?This is a page about What Is This Flower?. Identifying a flower whether a volunteer in the garden, a gift, or an unidentified bargain find can sometimes be difficult.
Identifying a HouseplantMany of us have picked up a houseplant at the store that was not labeled or have been given one as a gift. However, knowing what type of plant you have will help you ensure that you are giving it the best care. This is a page about identifying a houseplant.
Things To Consider Before Growing Climbing IvyClimbing ivy is a good choice for certain uses in your garden, but it can also be problematic. This is a page about things to consider before growing climbing ivy.
What is This Plant? (Philodendron)The philodendron is a popular vining houseplant, characterized by its heart shaped leaves and thin, flexible stems. It is often confused with a similar looking plant, the pothos.
Distinguishing Between Pothos and Philodendron?Pothos and philodendron plants can often be confused for one another. If you are having difficulty differentiating between the two when trying to identify a houseplant there are some helpful tips and links on this page.
What Is This Plant? Lamb's QuartersKnown by common names such as lamb's quarter, pigweed and goosefoot, chenopodium album is a fast-growing annual. It is mostly considered a weed, but the young shoots are eaten around the world, and has been found in ancient food storages. This is a page about what is this plant? lamb's quarters.
What is This Plant? Sicklepod (Senna obtusifolia)Sicklepod is a legume. It grows wild on many continents and is typically considered a serious weed in most areas. This is a page about, "What is this plant? sicklepod (Senna obtusifolia)".
What Is This Plant? (China Doll)If you have a plant that looks like this, it may be a China Doll Ficus. This is a page about what is this plant?.
What Is This Plant? (Locust Tree)If you have a plant growing in your yard that looks like this, it is probably a locust tree. This is a page about what is this plant? (locust tree).
What is this Plant? Bee BalmIt is not uncommon for volunteer plants to come up in your garden, leaving you baffled as to what they are. Identifying them is sometimes difficult. This is a page about, "What is this plant?" (bee balm).
What is the Name of This Ivy?It is not uncommon to purchase plants from local nurseries and big box stores that have no useful information on their tags, not even the the name of the plant. This is a page about, "What is the name of this ivy?".
What is This Plant? Trout Lily (Erythronium americium)The trout lily, a perennial native of the eastern North American woodlands, is known for its pretty yellow flower, colony growth habit, and gray-green mottled leaves. This is a page about, "What is this plant?" Trout lily (Erythronium americium).
Controlling and Dividing Liriope (Monkey Grass)This is a page about controlling and dividing liriope or monkey grass.Easy tips for growing this hearty plant in your garden.
What is This Plant? (Dracaena Fragrans)This page is about identifying and caring for a Dracaena Fragrans. Dracaena Fragrans is a flowering plant species that grows natively in tropical regions of Africa and is a common houseplant elsewhere.
Identifying Wildflowers?When out driving or hiking, we often see wildflowers unfamiliar to us. There are so many different types of wildflowers, depending on the region you are in that it can be difficult to identify them.
Garden PollinationThis is a page about garden pollination. Pollination is an extremely important part of the life cycle of plants. Without it plants that we need to flower in order to produce fruit and seeds will fail.
What is This Garden Plant?Trying to identify a volunteer or established plant planted by a previous owner can be a challenge. This is a page about what is this garden plant?
Keeping Track of Plant InformationThis is a page about keeping track of plant information. Through the seasons of the year it is important to keep track of which plants you have planted where and how successful they are under those conditions.