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A Gardener’s Guide to Perennial Identification

A Gardener’s Guide to Perennial Identification

As a plant geek and gardener, I get asked ‘what are perennials?’ all the time. Usually, plant identification is tricky and full of inconsistencies and surprises. Luckily, perennial identification is straightforward. The concept of a perennial plant is easy...

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A Slightly Obsessive Guide to Raspberry Identification

A Slightly Obsessive Guide to Raspberry Identification

If you came to this page for an easy answer for identifying the raspberries in your neighborhood, you may want to turn around. Raspberries present botanists with some of the most challenging identification problems in the world. As a layperson, using the simple term...

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Helpful Tips for Tree Leaf Identification

Helpful Tips for Tree Leaf Identification

Just like how knowing the names of neighbors makes you feel part of a community, identifying the trees in your yard or on nature hikes can similarly make you feel more connected to your local landscapes. But how do you start identifying trees? Botanists use everything...

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Seasonal Tips for Tropical Plant Identification

Seasonal Tips for Tropical Plant Identification

A trip to the tropics is a must-do for any nature-loving person. The biological diversity will blow just about anyone’s mind. No matter what time of year you go, you’re bound to see some pretty amazing plant and animal life. But, there are certainly some...

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Florida Plant Identification for Beginners

Florida Plant Identification for Beginners

Florida is a state teeming with biodiversity. With the nickname “The Sunshine State,” Florida must have loads of sun-loving plant life – and indeed it does! Although there are thousands of plant species native to the state, a handful of them are quite...

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