Help me identify this live-forever lookalike (sort of) [more inside]
What kind of flowering indoor plants will keep flowering? [more inside]
How can I revive my favorite mystery plant? [more inside]
FlowerFilter: What were these flowers? [more inside]
Can you identify this strange plant? [more inside]
BotanistFi: Help us identify this flower... [more inside]
Help me identify this plant. [more inside]
Please share resources for learning about, selecting, and planting a garden given a particular climate and soil. [more inside]
I bought four peony flowers at the market, two of them were really tight buds, two were slightly looser buds. The loose ones are opening just fine in the vase (and they're gorgeous!!) but the tight ones haven't budged. I was wondering if anyone had any tricks (ie. something to put in the water?) to make the buds bloom.
I'm looking to deliver an arrangement of sweetpeas in the continental United States. Cost is no objective, and even the timing is not urgent -- anytime from now until the end of this month would work. However, I can't seem to find any florist that actually offers arrangements with these flowers! [more inside]
I'm looking for that famous picture of a Hippie placing a flower in the rifle barrel of a soldier, but my Google-fu has escaped me. Where can I find it? Or is it all a conspiracy . . . Please help!
What kind of plant is this (or this or this.) It's a seven foot tall indoor houseplant that blooms these very sappy and strong smelling flowers every winter. It's sort of a palm-tree - but I have no idea. [more inside]
Plantfilter: Unknown (and potentially non-native) bloom found in southwest washington. Image inside. What is it? [more inside]
What do you guys/gals know about flower food for cut flowers from a florist? Any of these foods available with a particularly convenient form of application (dissolving tab? Something easy to bring to someone else's house when you bring them flowers?)? Any of them particularly fantastic?
What kind of flower is this?
A particular flower pot. [more inside]
I adore the illustration style seen in the flower logo at Infrangible -- single color, simple, early-1900s looking -- and would Google for similar stuff if I knew what it was called. Searching for "retro illustration" and "retro icons" turned up some cool stuff, but not what I'm looking for. Any hints?
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