Discussion in 'Plant ID' started by calinromania, Sep 13, 2006.
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anyone can ID this?
gosh... looks like i did something wrong with the pics
i tried to follow instructions, uploaded the pics on the net (yahoo) and all i can see in my post is links.
am i dumber than others?
well, if you do have the time and copy and paste, i'd still like to know what plant it is.
and i hope for next time to find out how you can actually see the pics inside the post.
Try using photobucket.com, Cal. Once you get pics uploaded there, click on
Calin, I tried opening one of your links but it said the URL was invalid. I don't know what to tell you to do, I use Photobucket and it is easy to do from there.
Calin I have edited your first post and the links now work Let's hope we get it identified for you. Off to have a look now...
Is it a plumeria? Glendann has one so maybe she will be along soon and can tell you if it is or not!!
nope. not a plumeria. got that one too, and lucky me i had the name for it. this is something else. keep trying.
calin,which # picture are you wanting id'ed One of those plants does look like my Plumeria .I have 3 of those and it sure looks like mine,If it is # 5 I do not know but it is a pretty tree or plant.I do like the white flower .It reminds me of the white Texas star ( a type of rare Hibiscus )
Not sure if this is it Calin, but it is as close as I could find:
YES Sharon....... i think that's it. i remember eating some fruits (loquats) in taiwan. and taking the seeds. was not sure they'd germinate.
well... they look nice. got about 4 little trees.
i'll send you some fruits from them when they are big enough.
Eriobotrya japonica... sounds nice.
Glad I could help Calin. We planted 2 this spring. I am hoping to get some fruit from them next year. Make sure you keep at least two of the plants. You have to have two for them to produce fruit. They are not self pollinating.
thanks... i intend to keep them all. it's up to them if they like it and not die on me
i am not sure mine will ever set fruit since the weather is so much different than their home.
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