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fairdinkumseeds

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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #495 on: January 22, 2020, 02:32:40 am »

Given to me as Atropa belladonna but doesn't have the purple flowers I am used to...
Best guesses encouraged!

EDIT!
Cucubalus baccifer
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Hot very dry Summers, mild wet Winters.
Record coldest at home 6c (43f) hottest 49c(120f) .
Annual rain 1141mm (45inches).
Average temp is 16c-27c (62f-80f)
Plant suggestions?

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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #496 on: September 11, 2020, 01:33:38 am »

#1 unknown ornamental purple flowering tree


#2 unknown wild fragrant plant, nice strong smell, young leaves appear fuzzy white, old leaves can become sunburned reddish/brown, small lavender flower clusters



#3 unknown ornamental shrub/subtree, about 10' tall, shiny-waxy leaves, bright red seeds as in picture,



#4 unknown ornamental tree, has white flowers with spotted crimson red centers, heart shape leaves, round seed pods are pictured contain about several big seeds


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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #497 on: September 21, 2020, 02:46:32 pm »

#2 looks like: Eutrochium purpureum, commonly called Joe Pye weed
#4 looks like: Vernicia fordii, usually known as the tung tree
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #498 on: September 22, 2020, 02:00:54 am »

awsome thank you!! Botanicus for the win!

ive been trying to ID #4 for four years.... it has seeds every year if anyone wants some (you pay shipping 4$) they are about to fall.

also plan to collect the jow pie seeds if they grow, if anyone wants some, it's cheaper to send small seeds (envelope, free shipping)
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #499 on: October 12, 2020, 09:47:07 am »

Hey everyone, i recently got my first trichs but i'd like to know if they are PC or not, and if you could guess the cultivar from the pics. I know that can only be a guesstimate for the cultivar but i'll take that shot in the dark!



1st cactus, 5 slim ribs




2nd cactus, 5 fat ribs




3rd cactus, 6 medium ribs
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #500 on: October 12, 2020, 05:43:09 pm »

The first one looks like a PC
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #501 on: October 15, 2020, 12:47:12 am »

they all look like the same t.pachanoi cultivar to me,
though it is difficult to tell with such close up pictures,
very nice pictures, but to close to see a good profile.

i think they are not PCs because the skin has that dotted look.. uncommon to PC,
also there is 'wrinkle' under the spines.. visible in photo2, so idk what but not PC.
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