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Plant name needed

Posted by Califo13 10 Los Angeles (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 20, 13 at 16:40

A friend gave us this plant in a 6 inches pot without a tag. I notice there are actually 2 plants in the pot. We don't know neither one of them, could somebody name them, please? Thanks you!

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RE: Plant name needed

The large one looks like Zantedeschia aethiopica.

RE: Plant name needed

Could the small one perhaps be one of the multitude of weedy solanums?

[flora, did you ever re-try your old user-name to see if the site software rejecting it was just a temporary hiccup?]

RE: Plant name needed

No, I haven't tried my old name again. This one works and automatically logs me in. I'm nervous that if I start playing around with the login it'll all collapse around my ears again ;-)

RE: Plant name needed

Yeah, I can relate to that.... My PC needs more memory, and it's highly unlikely I'll do anything until it totally crashes.

RE: Plant name needed

Smaller one reminds me of Osteospermum.

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