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The "florets," for want of a better word are about 1/2" in diameter.
Thanks for these: very interesting, and similar, although neither seem to have the petal-like forms of my example.
Came across this plant (?) at low tide on the beach at Spanish Banks.
Do you have any idea what it is?
Yes, there are some green branches - I will try cutting it back to those. It's going to make it a very lop-sided plant! Thanks for your response.
Our beautiful huge rosemary bush suffered severe die-off this year, no doubt because of that wicked cold spell. How much can I cut it back without...
I'll take a closer look and post a closer photo.
Thank you for your ongoing feedback.
Thanks for the suggestion.
My research reveals that Sclerotinia trifoliorum affects mostly red clover, and our lawn is planted with white clover....
No low-lying areas, in fact the lawn is higher than the path through it.
Still a lot of bare earth showing, although thanks to the dry weather...
We have been gradually replacing the grass in our lawn with clover with some success. This year there were no holes dug by crows, raccoons and...
I'd love to see a bonsai version!
Thanks Daniel . . . I don't see another one on the tree.
Thanks Lorax: it looks like an isolated interloper.
Thanks for this interesting information - I will look for those branches on other trees next time I'm over there.
Yes, it was on Cambridge Street - I didn't notice the cherry trees.
Thank you, Nik - looks like it to me, too
Is this a common street tree? I've never encountered one before.
I discovered this spot on a fallen leaf from my mature avocado tree this morning. I've had this plant for over ten years and never seen anything...
I discovered a row of these trees on a street in East Van. Can someone tell me its name?
We planted a dogwood last fall and it seems to be doing well. However, it is sending up long shoots on top that I would like to trim back to...
Thanks so much for this detailed information, Kerrie!
Thanks for the tip: I'll check that out.