Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???

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Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???

Upload a photo in the comment section below and members can comment on what the plant is that you are trying to identify.  PLEASE!  I know this is a Clematis..

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Started by Juliet Wilson. Last reply by Juliet Wilson Jul 26.

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Started by Juliet Wilson. Last reply by Juliet Wilson Nov 12, 2013.

Green flower looks like moss 8 Replies

Started by Robin (N.IL zone 5). Last reply by Lee Findley Mar 10, 2013.

Green leaves with lots of character. 8 Replies

Started by Robin (N.IL zone 5). Last reply by Robin (N.IL zone 5) Feb 5, 2013.

Flower or weed? in western NC perennial garden Zone 7 (goldenrod) 3 Replies

Started by Shelby WNC Z7. Last reply by chuck goecke Feb 3, 2013.

Purple Leaves pink flowers (Purple Queen/Tradescantia) 6 Replies

Started by Robin (N.IL zone 5). Last reply by Scott Sep 17, 2012.

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Tree with interesting Leaves (Liriodendron tulipifera ) 6 Replies

Started by Robin (N.IL zone 5). Last reply by Robin (N.IL zone 5) Sep 16, 2012.

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Comment by Keryn, USDA Zone 10 Australia on July 7, 2014 at 9:45pm

Thanks Scott , this could be right however there are very few pictures or info on the net about this name, and its a very wide range of plants in the saxifragaceae family. Does this group always have multi flowers on one stem, as my plant has single flower on one stem. A group of 3 leaves alternate up a stem and the tiny leaves have deep groove or slit the full length.

Comment by Scott on July 4, 2014 at 9:54am

Looks like your little Daisy picture might be a Saxifraga vayredana or some other Saxifraga.

Comment by Keryn, USDA Zone 10 Australia on July 3, 2014 at 7:06am

Thanks Tammie for your suggestions, dianthus are permanent plants for me but they don,t flower all year,they stay alive for me during winter. Phlox I will check out further. The leaf is so fine and tiny a lot smaller even than dianthus. It could be a cool climate plant or alpine plant I am thinking, likes it wet too so could also be tropical. Hate heat so not desert, so that really gets rid of the Australian plants. One day I will find it.

Comment by Tammie M McInnis on July 2, 2014 at 2:42pm

Or... Keryn Do you think it could be Australian Phlox? Maybe creeping Phlox as that is a perennial where I am from so maybe that's what it is. 

Comment by Tammie M McInnis on July 2, 2014 at 2:14pm

I don't really know where this comment will be left but I am trying to reply to Keryn <---- I believe that the plant you posted a photo of is some form of Dianthus and that only would be my guess because of the way the flowers close up on it that it seems a lot like my Dianthus but of course your area is more tropical.

Comment by Sharon Riegie Maynard on July 2, 2014 at 11:45am

Some have suggested that the plant I posted was a lemon bee balm but it does not have the lemony fragrance with the leaves are crushed. hummm..

Comment by mo puff on July 2, 2014 at 7:44am

Sharon, that looks so familiar but for the life of my menopausal self.. I can NOT bring the name out of my brain?!

Comment by Keryn, USDA Zone 10 Australia on July 2, 2014 at 12:32am

Thanks Juliet, But Portulaca,s are annuals for me and I have never had them live through one whole year. I have had seeds grow the next season from last years plants. Portulaca also has a succulent leaf and this is very different to that. This is a real perennial. From the picture it does look like portulaca.

Comment by Juliet Wilson on July 1, 2014 at 9:22pm
Is it a moss rose or 10 o'clock?
Comment by Keryn, USDA Zone 10 Australia on July 1, 2014 at 8:56pm

Sharon I cannot say that I know it. Its similar to something else that someone posted, that just grew, they did not plant. Can not remember who it was.

Mo, glad you found the name of your plant at last. It would be good to get this group going and interesting again.

 

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