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Discuss plant id's here!! PHOTOS and Comments Welcome

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GSF:
Around here we call it a spider lily. It's a backwards plant. It blooms first in the fall then the leaves come out to absorb sunlight for the next year's blooming. Comes up from a bulb. Easy to transplant.

Bob Wilson:
There are some 15-20 feet holly trees at the entrance of Callaway Gardens' azalea bowl, an hour away from me. This spring there were so many honey bees on the inconspicuous flowers, that I could hear a magnificent droning from a good distance. It was not a Needlepoint or Nellie R Steven. Some kind of Opaca holly perhaps? Would anyone know what kind of holly that might be?

BeeMaster2:
Bobil,
Do you have a picture?
Jim Altmiller

Shawn:
Have a plant that I need to identify but can not post the pic. Can someone let me email it to them so they can resize and post?

Here is your plant picture:
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BeeMaster2:

--- Quote from: Shawn on July 12, 2021, 06:42:36 pm ---Have a plant that I need to identify but can not post the pic. Can someone let me email it to them so they can resize and post?

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