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  1. Can anyone ID this plant growing in a UK botanical garden? Thanks Steven
  2. This plant looks like a tree or a shrub. It was taller than me. Found in a public botanical park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA. I spent hours yesterday trying to track this down and can't find anything that comes close. I thought maybe Oregon Grape, but the leaf margins are too smooth, the Grape is serrated. I doubt this is a native plant to Oklahoma since the whole object of this park is to have plants from anywhere that can fit into our weather constraints. I sure wish you plant-knowledgable people could give me a direction to take. I've exhausted the Oklahoma sites, I've dropped the image into a plant ID website, I've tried keywords like arching, berries, shrub, tree, and such. As you see, the limbs aren't upright but are arching or fall in a downward way. Betty https://www.dropbox.com/s/24xmfrr5bm7jt46/_ALI1952.tif?dl=0
  3. I researched this extensively but cannot be sure if this is winged loosestrife (Lythrum alatum), which is native to the Narragansett, Rhode Island coastal area where I took this photograph, or purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) an invasive plant that has taken over many areas where native wildflowers grow. I've gone with Lythrum sp. to be safe, but wondering if any of you can id it? Thanks! http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-loosestrife-lythrum-sp-growing-along-the-beach-in-narragansett-rhode-104265077.html?pv=1&stamp=2&imageid=33596076-EB7D-494C-B961-E17B1338E72A&p=94148&n=0&orientation=0&pn=1&searchtype=0&IsFromSearch=1&srch=foo%3dbar%26st%3d0%26pn%3d1%26ps%3d100%26sortby%3d2%26resultview%3dsortbyPopular%26npgs%3d1%26qt%3dG1HK4N%26qt_raw%3dG1HK4N%26lic%3d3%26mr%3d0%26pr%3d0%26ot%3d0%26creative%3d%26ag%3d0%26hc%3d0%26pc%3d%26blackwhite%3d%26cutout%3d%26tbar%3d1%26et%3d0x000000000000000000000%26vp%3d0%26loc%3d0%26imgt%3d0%26dtfr%3d%26dtto%3d%26size%3d0xFF%26archive%3d1%26groupid%3d%26pseudoid%3d%26a%3d%26cdid%3d%26cdsrt%3d%26name%3d%26qn%3d%26apalib%3d0%26apalic%3d%26lightbox%3d%26gname%3d%26gtype%3d%26xstx%3d0%26simid%3d%26saveQry%3d%26editorial%3d1%26nu%3d%26t%3d%26edoptin%3d%26customgeoip%3dUS%26cap%3d1%26cbstore%3d1%26vd%3d0 Spellcheck keeps wanting to call it Lythrum alarm!
  4. Calling all botanists and gardeners -I need help at a bush with tiny pink flowers (different from the last one). This one was spotted in a community garden in Greater Vancouver, earlier this month. I've done image searches, but keep getting lilacs. The flowers aren't like lilacs in that they have long protruding stamens. Thanks for any suggestions. Maria
  5. Sorry to ask again on this topic, but I cannot seem to find the ID of this small asymmetrical flower, despite long searches to try and find it!
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