Dahlia Cultivar (dahlia cultivar): Tuberous rooted Sunflower Family plants. Thousands of named forms are grown. Sorry there are too many to be sure what this one is.  Here is a link where you may be able to find a close match  http://www.dahlias.com/viewall.aspx  In your climate they will be killed by winter unless you dig up the tubers and store them inside after first frost. Replant in the spring after danger of frost is past.

Dahlia Cultivar (dahlia cultivar): Tuberous rooted Sunflower Family plants. Thousands of named forms are grown. Sorry there are too many to be sure what this one is. Here is a link where you may be able to find a close match http://www.dahlias.com/viewall.aspx In your climate they will be killed by winter unless you dig up the tubers and store them inside after first frost. Replant in the spring after danger of frost is past.

Poison Ivies (toxicodendron rydbergii): Toxicodendron rydbergii the western poison ivy, is a species of Toxicodendron in the cashew family. It is native to most of Canada from the Maritimes to British Columbia, and most of the contiguous United States except the southeastern states, New Jersey, Delaware, and California. It can be found growing in forests, and other wooded areas, usually near streams and rivers.  Unlike Toxicodendron radicans (eastern poison ivy), which often appears as a…

Poison Ivies (toxicodendron rydbergii): Toxicodendron rydbergii the western poison ivy, is a species of Toxicodendron in the cashew family. It is native to most of Canada from the Maritimes to British Columbia, and most of the contiguous United States except the southeastern states, New Jersey, Delaware, and California. It can be found growing in forests, and other wooded areas, usually near streams and rivers. Unlike Toxicodendron radicans (eastern poison ivy), which often appears as a…

European Smoketree (cotinus coggygria): Cotinus coggygria, syn. Rhus cotinus, the European smoketree, Eurasian smoketree, smoke tree, smoke bush, or dyer's sumach is a species of flowering plant in the family Anacardiaceae, native to a large area from southern Europe, east across central Asia and the Himalayas to northern China.  It is a multiple-branching shrub growing to 5–7 m (16–23 ft) tall with an open, spreading, irregular habit, only rarely forming a small tree. The leaves are 3-8 cm…

European Smoketree (cotinus coggygria): Cotinus coggygria, syn. Rhus cotinus, the European smoketree, Eurasian smoketree, smoke tree, smoke bush, or dyer's sumach is a species of flowering plant in the family Anacardiaceae, native to a large area from southern Europe, east across central Asia and the Himalayas to northern China. It is a multiple-branching shrub growing to 5–7 m (16–23 ft) tall with an open, spreading, irregular habit, only rarely forming a small tree. The leaves are 3-8 cm…

Oregano (origanum vulgare): This may be the culinary herb, oregano. There are many varieties, some more aromatic than others, but if you bruise the leaves with your fingers, you should be able to tell if it's oregano.  If there's no strong smell, please wait until the plant flowers, then send us a close up of the bloom. As a garden plant, oregano needs full sun at least 6-8 hours per day, regular water and feed with an organic granular or water soluble fertilizer.

Oregano (origanum vulgare): This may be the culinary herb, oregano. There are many varieties, some more aromatic than others, but if you bruise the leaves with your fingers, you should be able to tell if it's oregano. If there's no strong smell, please wait until the plant flowers, then send us a close up of the bloom. As a garden plant, oregano needs full sun at least 6-8 hours per day, regular water and feed with an organic granular or water soluble fertilizer.

Pretty Verbena (verbena bonariensis): This is about the Verbena bonariensis described by Linnaeus. See also below for a common misapplication of this taxon.    Verbena bonariensis (purpletop vervain, clustertop vervain, Argentinian vervain , tall verbena, or pretty verbena) is a member of the verbena family cultivated as a flowering annual or herbaceous perennial plant. In USA horticulture, it is also known by the ambiguous names "purpletop" (also used for the grass Tridens flavus) and…

Pretty Verbena (verbena bonariensis): This is about the Verbena bonariensis described by Linnaeus. See also below for a common misapplication of this taxon. Verbena bonariensis (purpletop vervain, clustertop vervain, Argentinian vervain , tall verbena, or pretty verbena) is a member of the verbena family cultivated as a flowering annual or herbaceous perennial plant. In USA horticulture, it is also known by the ambiguous names "purpletop" (also used for the grass Tridens flavus) and…

Golden Poppies (eschscholzia californica): Eschscholzia californica (California poppy, Californian poppy, golden poppy, California sunlight, cup of gold) is a species of flowering plant in the family Papaveraceae, native to the United States and Mexico, and the official state flower of California.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eschscholzia%20californica

Golden Poppies (eschscholzia californica): Eschscholzia californica (California poppy, Californian poppy, golden poppy, California sunlight, cup of gold) is a species of flowering plant in the family Papaveraceae, native to the United States and Mexico, and the official state flower of California. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eschscholzia%20californica

Comfrey (symphytum): Your plant appears to be a species of comfrey, a perennial herb with pink, purple, or blue flowers. It grows best in sun to part shade with regular moisture. The leaves are sometimes used as fertilizer in organic gardens, and it's also used in herbal medicine.

Comfrey (symphytum): Your plant appears to be a species of comfrey, a perennial herb with pink, purple, or blue flowers. It grows best in sun to part shade with regular moisture. The leaves are sometimes used as fertilizer in organic gardens, and it's also used in herbal medicine.

Wild Onion Or Chive (allium species): When you break a leaf off the plant, does it smell like an onion?  When you pull up the plant, is the underground portion a bulb?  If you cut the bulb in half, does that smell like an onion?  Are the leaves hollow?  If the answer to all four questions is yes, then we think it's an onion. If the aroma is less pronounced and the stems are solid, it's probably chives.

Wild Onion Or Chive (allium species): When you break a leaf off the plant, does it smell like an onion? When you pull up the plant, is the underground portion a bulb? If you cut the bulb in half, does that smell like an onion? Are the leaves hollow? If the answer to all four questions is yes, then we think it's an onion. If the aroma is less pronounced and the stems are solid, it's probably chives.

Rock Rose (cistus): Your plant is a Cistus consisting of about 20 species of mostly small-growing evergreen shrubs native primarily to the Mediterranean region, as well as numerous wild and garden hybrids. Poppy-like flowers with crinkled petals and conspicuous centers during June and July. Adapted to hot, dry summers and warm, rainy winters - best in full sun on a free-draining soil, in positions not receiving the full blast of cold winter winds.

Rock Rose (cistus): Your plant is a Cistus consisting of about 20 species of mostly small-growing evergreen shrubs native primarily to the Mediterranean region, as well as numerous wild and garden hybrids. Poppy-like flowers with crinkled petals and conspicuous centers during June and July. Adapted to hot, dry summers and warm, rainy winters - best in full sun on a free-draining soil, in positions not receiving the full blast of cold winter winds.

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