AEGUY
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what plant is this?

https://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/photo.php?pid=326337&fbid=1172232923702&id=1764405760


What plant is this??? Can anyone help?[/url]

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lorax
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Your photo link isn't working - maybe try Photobucket or Picassa....

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lorax wrote:Your photo link isn't working - maybe try Photobucket or Picassa....
https://s961.photobucket.com/albums/ae98/AEGUY/?action=view&current=44728_1172232923702_1764405760_326337_4268760_n.jpg

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AEGUY wrote:
lorax wrote:Your photo link isn't working - maybe try Photobucket or Picassa....
https://s961.photobucket.com/albums/ae98/AEGUY/?action=view&current=44728_1172232923702_1764405760_326337_4268760_n.jpg
Please cut and paste the URL. I don't know any other way to make the links work.

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BewilderedGreenyO.o
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Hi There :) If you are talking about the purplish plant in the middle it looks to me like it is a Persian shield :D Gorgeous Plants. I haven't yet purchased one for myself but I plan to one day.

[img]https://www.floridata.com/ref/s/images/stro_dy2.jpg[/img]

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Here is AEGUY's Picture for those of you who weren't able to view it:


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Confusion at its Finest :D
I'm rooting for you!

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Thanks for the help!!! This plant is thriving in my front. Here in VA Beach, the soil is clay-like, and does not support most perrenials. I have grown various cacti, impatiens, coleus, morning glory, and even canteloupe!!! The result is normally a smaller crop, with everything dieing when temps are below 40ish.

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