Questions tagged [identification]

Use this tag for questions that ask "what is this thing?" Pictures, geographic location, and descriptive titles are important. Ask only one identification request per question. When you get an answer, consider adding a further tag (for the flower, tree, beetle etc. that has been identified) so your question is cataloged correctly. If the question is about determining the cause of a plant problem (e.g. disease), the diagnosis tag is more appropriate.

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Sweet potato - identify variety

Could anybody help me to identify which veriety is it? Young plant looks as below - leaves are larger than other sweet potato species have: Harvested tubers are white flesh similar to potato color, ...
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Are these spiders or mites?

I was letting my anthurium soak in a bowl of water and when I took it out noticed these two black tiny spiders in the water. Are they spider mites or actual spiders? The top of the soil has webbing ...
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Identify sludge/fungus that appeared overnight

I got up this morning to water and this white foamy fungus looking thing was in my garden. It wasn’t here yesterday so this is quite a bit of growth overnight. I don’t believe I’m overwatering. It’s ...
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Help identifying perennial in bloom currently in Denver

This plant just started blooming in my front yard. It has a deep green foliage as seen in the picture. It’s about a foot wide and at least 2 feet tall. It just started blooming these quarter to half-...
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Anyone know what type of plant this is? Is the long bare stem common?

I acquired this plant but don’t know what type it is and therefore best care. Is the long bare stem common, or could it be fuller? Would also appreciate any tips in caring for it, though I will ...
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Plant identification: can English Yew be shaped as hedges?

Based on the leaf picture, PlantNet identifies this as English Yew with 80% confidence. But mine is shaped like a sphere and does not look like any English Yews I found online that grow tall. Location ...
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What bird / animal has this call? [migrated]

USA MA NE I have a bird / animal coming to the trees in the backyard making this call (see link to audio file), which does not really sound like a bird - it's fairly low frequency. I have not seen it. ...
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Tree with small green seed pods

There are a lot of trees near me and I am not sure what they are. The leaves are alternate and are similar to those of an ash, but serrated on the edge and little larger, darker green and more shiny. ...
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Is this a weed growing in pot?

My concrete rooftop is so hot, that cactuses and weeds are pretty much the only thing that survive. We’re in the Caribbean. So I was surprised when I saw something that doesn’t look like a cactus ...
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What is this variegated (or sick?) climber?

Out of nowhere, this plant appeared in my yard. It has a lot of similarities to a honeysuckle. Leaves are of 5cm/2in size. The funniest thing is that yellow/green color, which I never saw before. I am ...
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What could this plant be ? It’s leaves smell citrus when crushed

Can someone recognize this plant for me ? It’s leaves have a citrus smell to them.
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Identify garden shrub, spear shaped leaves, 20-25 cm long

Can anyone identify these shrubs in my English midlands garden? They've been there for over 20 years, growing in the shade. I pull them up and they grow back the next year. The leaves are 20-25 cm ...
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Can anyone tell me what I have planted?

I have a feeling it could be beetroot but not totally sure.
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Trying to ID Shrub with star shaped 4 petal white flowers

Large spreading shrub has flowered for the first time in 8 years. Would love to know it’s name.
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What plant/flower is this?

This plant has been growing in my friend's garden. What plant/flower is it?
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Identification of plant that can compete with blackberries

This plant is in a wild blackberry patch that I am attempting maintain. The plant appears to be successfully competing with the blackberries (not winning, but not losing either - it is holding its own)...
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Is this a wild persimmon?

Coastal South Carolina, zone 8B: Larger versions of images available here.
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What kind of grass or grain is this?

Zone 8B South Carolina, looks edible :P Larger versions of photos available here.
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What's happening to my blueberry leaves?

I just planted these blueberries, and they looked perfectly healthy beforehand. Here's what the leaves look like now: https://imgur.com/a/urLkPxW Is this just transplant shock? Should I remove the ...
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What tree is this and are the brown leaves a sign of poor health?

Last year I moved into a new-build house and a few months later in November the development company's landscapers planted a tree in our garden to match the plans. When it was planted we were told that ...
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What type of plant is this? Spikey stems

Anyone know what type of plant this is? Thanks in advance.
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What is this flowering shrub?

I live in Middle Tennessee and have two of these short shrubs on a side of my house that gets sun for roughly half the day. I'm curious what they are so that I can look into how to properly care for ...
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What is this exquisite looking shrub?

Found on Bainbridge island in pacific northwest. It’s about 5-7 ft / 1.5-2.1 meters tall and equally wide.
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What is this shrub like plant?

Found this on whidbey island in puget sound in Washington, USA. It seems to grow well in rainy coastal climates. About 3-4 ft/0.9-1.2 meters tall and same wide.
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Orange blotches on my mango leaf

My mango leaves having the following condition: Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 The leaves start off with this grayish bluish blotches which turn into this bright orange. Is this due to some fungal ...
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Please Identify this outdoor plant?

I saw this outdoor plant yesterday. What’s the name of this plant? Also, can it easily be propagated to a pot?
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Plant identification: dark red leaves & thin stems

Location: western Massachusetts We cut it severely (to remove it) because it was kind of unwieldy when we first moved here, but the plant was very resilient and now it has grown back slim stems and ...
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Is this some kind of Rhododendron?

Location: western Massachusetts Beautiful flowers around this time of year (May). (large) A close-up before flowering. (large)
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Shrub identification (Rhododendron ferrugineum L.?) and disease?

Location: western Massachusetts. A few candidates I can find: Hoogendorn holly; Rhododendron ferrugineum L.; Nerium oleander It appeared pretty healthy last year and based on image search, it looks ...
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Shrubs identification

This is the picture (large) we took the first summer we moved here. My wife trimmed and cut quite a bit in this area and this year it looks like this (large). What are these shrubs? Can the two ...
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Plant identification: dwarf pine and spruce?

Background: Asking for help with identifying a few more plants that we have now removed. Now that we have taken more interest in the plants around the house, we have a bit of remorse that we perhaps ...
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Plant identification: low growing bushes

[I'm on a learning mission to figure out what are growing around my house.] We have actually removed these bushes, as they were grown too close to house and seemed to hide roaches and mice.
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Plant identification: wood sticks growing in between green leaves

[I'm on a learning mission to figure out what are growing around my house.] Here is something I can't come up with any guess what it is. It has these hard wood sticks coming out in between the leaves.
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Plant identification: Elaeagnus × Ebbingei “Gilt Edge”?

I'm on a learning mission to figure out what are growing around my house. This one has green leaves with yellow rings. Is it Elaeagnus × Ebbingei "Gilt Edge" / oleaster / Ebbing's ...
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What is this gorgeous bicolor-leaved ornamental plant?

I found this plant in a public space in Belgrade, Serbia: Interestingly, there is also a white flowered variant nearby: What is it? EDIT: I shortly realized it is Gaura. But, what exact cultivar (...
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Plant identification: Japanese barberry?

Based on Bing Image search, this looks like Japanese barberry. If it matters, we live in western Massachusetts.
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Plant identification: Is this hosta?

Is this hosta? The flowers were actually beautiful, but seemed to harbor small bugs.
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Are these two different types of seed germinating?

I planted hulled Bermuda seed from a local seeding company. It’s a good company it was $180 for 27 pounds. Currently on day 11 of watering the seed every 2-3 hours for 10 minutes to keep moist and ...
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What is this plant and how should it be taken care of?

One of the kids planted a seed in school and this plant grew from it. It’s growing at a pretty fast rate and I’m wondering why it’s growing so tall so quickly when it’s not very strong. I’m not sure ...
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Another white wildflower growing in Serbia - what is it?

For some reason I didn't mow this white wildflower, but I could, unless you tell me it is some relatively useful plant. Grows in partial shade. Here are photos:
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Aloe ID and why they look stunted?

My Aloes are growing well. Those two, however seem to prefer different conditions. I never figured-out if they do better with more shade (leaves become more succulent but much paler), or more water (...
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I ordered variegated ivy online - but got this

Last autumn, I wanted to have an attractive ground cover for a deep shade area. So I ordered five variegated English ivies, and planted them - or so I thought. I noticed some flowers today. Looking ...
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Tiny white insects in the soil-eating roots?

I notice a lot of white tiny tiny insect in the soil if my plants. They mainly stay in the soil, nothing on the stem or leaves. I just noticed these things today, so not sure how long they have been ...
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thorn bush with yellow fuit/seed in central florida. could this be Ximenia americana?

What is this thorn bush that produces seeds in late spring early fall. This picture was taken in april 25, but the seeds grow much bigger and rounder - i suspect need another month. I found this in ...
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Which of them is the original Menthe Spicata (used for traditional Moroccon tea)?

I am a total newbie in gardening. Visited two shops on different days and bought menthe spicata used for traditional Moroccan tea. At home, I noticed that they are different plants. Made photos, which ...
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What is this awful leafy plant that's taking over my lawn, and how to get rid of it?

Over the last few years, an aggressive, leafy weed has gradually taken over the grass of my back yard in Northern California. It spreads its roots horizontally and occasionally sprouts up purple ...
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Identification of plants

Found these growing in our vegetable patch. Green leaves with red stems and central veins. We are in mid Michigan. Thank you
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Is this image shows my strawberry plant have Leaf Scorch fungus infection?

I have brought new strawberry plants, they seem to have black dots even for green leaves. I can see a lot of dead leaves with these marks, is this a fungus infection? Based on my research is Leaf ...
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Does Poa annua always flower and produce seed in the spring?

I have been maintaining a relatively new lawn over the last two seasons (it was seeded two years ago). My primary goals right now are to encourage the lawn to fill in better/thicken up, and to keep ...
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What is the name of this plant/stem/flower and where can I find more of it

I’m trying to find more of this stem that I found at Trader joe’s but they couldn’t tell me the name of it.

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