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Container Gardening Shady Pots: main dark leaved plant with pink is Dracena 'baby doll', the pink and green speckled heart shaped leaf on the left is a Caladium, the reddish flowers are from the begonia 'angel wing', the purple trailing plant is Scaevola, Lawn And Garden, Garden Pots, Spring Garden, Porch Garden, Spring Summer, Summer Heat, Easy Garden, Summer 2014, Beautiful Gardens

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Mixed Pot: In your mixed container the tallest plant is a cordyline, under that is a caladium, the red flowers belong to a dragon wing begonia, the orange possibly a type of zinnia and the purple is a scabiosa.

Clivia (clivia miniata): The strap-shaped foliage is likely a Clivia, a perennial from tuberous rhizomes. Native to South Africa, it bears primarily orange, red, or yellow clusters of funnel-shaped fl Winter Plants, Winter Flowers, Winter Garden, Hardy Perennials, Hardy Plants, The Clumps, Orange Red, Yellow, Coastal Gardens

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Clivia (clivia miniata): The strap-shaped foliage is likely a Clivia, a perennial from tuberous rhizomes. Native to South Africa, it bears primarily orange, red, or yellow clusters of funnel-shaped flowers on stalks that emerge above the clumps of foliage in late winter-spring. Following the spent flowers, seed head berries appear that typically ripen to red-orange or yellow. Does not tolerate much frost and, when grown outdoors, it needs partial to full shade, regular water, and a…

Clivia (clivia miniata): The strap-shaped foliage and characteristic flowers mark this clivia, a perennial from tuberous rhizomes. Native to South Africa, it bears primarily orange, red, or yellow clusters of funnel-shaped flowers on stalks that emerge above the clumps of foliage in late winter-spring. Following the spent flowers, seed head berries appear that typically ripen to red-orange or yellow. Does not tolerate frost and, when grown outdoors, it needs partial to full shade, regular… Plants That Love Shade, Shade Plants, Orange Red, Yellow, The Clumps, Shade Perennials, Blooming Plants, Winter Springs, Winter Garden

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Clivia (clivia miniata): The strap-shaped foliage and characteristic flowers mark this clivia, a perennial from tuberous rhizomes. Native to South Africa, it bears primarily orange, red, or yellow clusters of funnel-shaped flowers on stalks that emerge above the clumps of foliage in late winter-spring. Following the spent flowers, seed head berries appear that typically ripen to red-orange or yellow. Does not tolerate frost and, when grown outdoors, it needs partial to full shade, regular…

gorgeous hanging basket of flowers - these colors this year? This lovely porch and hanging flower basket was in Thornbury, near Bristol, England. Hanging Flower Baskets, Hanging Plants, Potted Plants, Container Plants, Container Gardening, Succulent Containers, Container Flowers, Vegetable Gardening, Organic Gardening

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Mixed Pot: In your mixed hanging basket both of the large purple flowers are trailing petunias, the small purple flower is purple fan flower, the trailing variegated plant is a plectranthus, the small leaf trailing plant is lysmachia, and the yellow and orange flowers are tuberous begonias. I hope helps:-)

Clivia (clivia miniata): The strap-shaped foliage is likely a Clivia, a perennial from tuberous rhizomes. Native to South Africa, it bears primarily orange, red, or yellow clusters of funnel-shaped flowers on stalks that emerge above the clumps of foliage in late winter-spring. Following the spent flowers, seed head berries appear that typically ripen to red-orange or yellow. Does not tolerate frost and, when grown outdoors, it needs partial to full shade, regular water, and a slow-release… The Clumps, Blooming Plants, Annual Plants, Winter Springs, Garden Beds, Perennials, Berries, Seeds, This Or That Questions

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Clivia (clivia miniata): The strap-shaped foliage is likely a Clivia, a perennial from tuberous rhizomes. Native to South Africa, it bears primarily orange, red, or yellow clusters of funnel-shaped flowers on stalks that emerge above the clumps of foliage in late winter-spring. Following the spent flowers, seed head berries appear that typically ripen to red-orange or yellow. Does not tolerate frost and, when grown outdoors, it needs partial to full shade, regular water, and a slow-release…

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Mixed Pot: In your top mixed pot the tall white is a foxglove, orange is a tulip, light purple is African daisy, bluish purple are pansies, yellow is buttercup, and the green hanging over the edge is wire vine. The others have the same besides the shortest one also has snap dragons.

Clivia (clivia miniata): The strap-shaped foliage resembles a Clivia miniata, a perennial from tuberous rhizomes. Native to South Africa, it bears primarily orange, red, or yellow clusters of funnel-shaped flowers on stalks that emerge above the clumps of foliage in late winter-spring. Following the spent flowers, seed head berries appear that typically ripen to red-orange or yellow. Does not tolerate much frost and, when grown outdoors, it needs partial to full shade, regular water, and a… The Clumps, Winter Springs, Container Plants, Orange Red, Perennials, South Africa, Frost, Bears, Bloom

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Clivia (clivia miniata): The strap-shaped foliage resembles a Clivia miniata, a perennial from tuberous rhizomes. Native to South Africa, it bears primarily orange, red, or yellow clusters of funnel-shaped flowers on stalks that emerge above the clumps of foliage in late winter-spring. Following the spent flowers, seed head berries appear that typically ripen to red-orange or yellow. Does not tolerate much frost and, when grown outdoors, it needs partial to full shade, regular water, and a…

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Cannot Identify: Our apologies but we cannot identify this plant for you. We have all looked at this and perhaps if we saw more of the plant or some distinctive characteristic such as flowers, berries, seed heads, etc., we could make a definite ID. We suggest you show your photo and a clipping of the plant to a horticulturalist at your local garden center for confirmation. It is often better when it can be seen in hand rather than a photograph. If you see flowers/changes, please send another… Confirmation, Berries, Seeds, That Look, Photograph, Canning, This Or That Questions, Garden, Flowers

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Cannot Identify: Our apologies but we cannot identify this plant for you. We have all looked at this and perhaps if we saw more of the plant or some distinctive characteristic such as flowers, berries, seed heads, etc., we could make a definite ID. We suggest you show your photo and a clipping of the plant to a horticulturalist at your local garden center for confirmation. It is often better when it can be seen in hand rather than a photograph. If you see flowers/changes, please send another…

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Dutch Iris (iris sp): Your cut flower is a Dutch Iris but we are unable to determine which cultivar as there are so many. As a plant, prefers full sun, a slow release fertilizer as they are growing, another application while blooming and one more after bloom and once in the fall and water regularly. Dutch Iris, Cut Flowers, Bloom, Sun, This Or That Questions, Fall, Garden, Water, Plants

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Dutch Iris (iris sp): Your cut flower is a Dutch Iris but we are unable to determine which cultivar as there are so many. As a plant, prefers full sun, a slow release fertilizer as they are growing, another application while blooming and one more after bloom and once in the fall and water regularly.

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Dutch Iris (iris): There are many types and species of Iris, but yours appear to be from a bulb iris known as Dutch Iris. Actually they come from the Mediterranean area and northern Africa, but the Dutch growers hybridized them. Flowers emerge in spring or early summer from rush-like leaves and come in hues of blue, purple, orange, yellow, brown and bicolors and normally have a yellow blotch on the falls (lower flower petals). Needs full sun, regular water, and continue to care for them… Dutch Iris, Flower Petals, Flowers, Orange Yellow, Africa, Bloom, Bulb, Leaves, Purple

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Dutch Iris (iris): There are many types and species of Iris, but yours appear to be from a bulb iris known as Dutch Iris. Actually they come from the Mediterranean area and northern Africa, but the Dutch growers hybridized them. Flowers emerge in spring or early summer from rush-like leaves and come in hues of blue, purple, orange, yellow, brown and bicolors and normally have a yellow blotch on the falls (lower flower petals). Needs full sun, regular water, and continue to care for them…

Dutch Iris (iris sp): These appear to be Dutch iris. As a plant, prefers full sun, a slow release fertilizer as they are growing, another application while blooming and one more after bloom and once in the fall and water regularly.  your photo is quite blurry so if you disagree with our id feel free to submit another photo. Thanks Dutch Iris, Thankful, Bloom, Sun, This Or That Questions, Feelings, Fall, Garden, Water

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Dutch Iris (iris sp): These appear to be Dutch iris. As a plant, prefers full sun, a slow release fertilizer as they are growing, another application while blooming and one more after bloom and once in the fall and water regularly. your photo is quite blurry so if you disagree with our id feel free to submit another photo. Thanks

Cannot Identify: Our apologies but we cannot identify this plant for you. We have all looked at this and perhaps if we saw more of the plant or some distinctive characteristic such as flowers, berries, seed heads, etc., we could make a definite ID. We suggest you show your photo and a clipping of the plant to a horticulturalist at your local garden center for confirmation. It is often better when it can be seen in hand rather than a photograph. If you see flowers/changes, please send another… Confirmation, How To Dry Basil, Berries, Photograph, Herbs, Plant, This Or That Questions, Garden, Flowers

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Cannot Identify: Our apologies but we cannot identify this plant for you. We have all looked at this and perhaps if we saw more of the plant or some distinctive characteristic such as flowers, berries, seed heads, etc., we could make a definite ID. We suggest you show your photo and a clipping of the plant to a horticulturalist at your local garden center for confirmation. It is often better when it can be seen in hand rather than a photograph. If you see flowers/changes, please send another…

Dutch Iris (iris): There are many types and species of Iris, but yours appear to be from a bulb iris known as Dutch Iris. Actually they come from the Mediterranean area and northern Africa, but the Dutch growers hybridized them. Flowers emerge in spring or early summer from rush-like leaves and come in hues of blue, purple, orange, yellow, brown and bicolors and normally have a yellow blotch on the falls (lower flower petals). Needs full sun, regular water, and continue to care for them… Dutch Iris, Flower Petals, Flowers, Orange Yellow, Africa, Bloom, Bulb, Leaves, This Or That Questions

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Dutch Iris (iris): There are many types and species of Iris, but yours appear to be from a bulb iris known as Dutch Iris. Actually they come from the Mediterranean area and northern Africa, but the Dutch growers hybridized them. Flowers emerge in spring or early summer from rush-like leaves and come in hues of blue, purple, orange, yellow, brown and bicolors and normally have a yellow blotch on the falls (lower flower petals). Needs full sun, regular water, and continue to care for them…