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[What strain is] Adams OG Strain Review: Unlocking the Mysteries of the Cannabis Strain

Have you ever stumbled upon a mysterious term like “Adams OG strain” while browsing the web and wondered what it could be? The world of cannabis is filled with a myriad of strains, each with its own unique characteristics and effects. As we dive into the realm of “Adams OG,” get ready to embark on … Read more

Polygonella fimbriata Plant Identification (Flower, Leaf, Care, Uses)

Polygonella fimbriata (Elliot) Horton – Sandhill Jointweed Family – Polygonaceae Stems: Leaves: Ocrea of leaf. Inflorescence: Flowers: Flowers close-up. Flowering – August – October. Habitat – Sandhills. Origin – Native to North America. Other information – This attractive and rare species has been reported from only one southern Alabama county. The plant is uncommon throughout … Read more

Solidago petiolaris Plant Identification (Flower, Leaf, Care, Uses)

Solidago petiolaris plant

Solidago petiolaris Ait. – Goldenrod Family – Asteraceae Stems: Leaves: Inflorescence: N/A Involucre: Flowers: Close-up of the flowers. Flowering – September – November. Habitat – Pinelands, upland woods, flatwoods, bogs, bay swamps, rock outcrops, bluffs, rocky open woods. Typically on acidic soils. Origin – Native to North America. Other information – This species can be … Read more

Acanthospermum australe Plant Identification (Flower, Leaf, Care, Uses)

Acanthospermum australe (Loefling) Kuntze – Spiny-Bur Family – Asteraceae Stems: N/A Leaves: Inflorescence: N/A Involucre: N/A Ray flowers: N/A Disk flowers: Flowers and involucre close-up. Fruits. Flowering – May – November. Habitat – Waste ground, fields, roadsides, disturbed areas. Origin – Native to tropical America. Other information – This weedy little species can be found … Read more

Ipomoea cordatotriloba Plant Identification (Flower, Leaf, Care, Uses)

Ipomoea cordatotriloba Dennst. – Tie Vine Family – Convolvulaceae Stems: Leaves: Inflorescence: N/A Flowers: Calyx. Flowering – March – October. Habitat – Disturbed sites, waste ground, roadsides, railroads. Origin – Native to North America. Other information – This striking yet weedy species can be found mainly in the southern hlaf of Alabama. It is probably … Read more

Juncus polycephalus Plant Identification (Flower, Leaf, Care, Uses)

Juncus polycephalus Michx. – Many-Headed Rush Family – Juncaceae Stems: N/A Leaves: Leaf base. Inflorescence: Flowers: Flowering – June – September. Habitat – Ditches, pond and lake margins. Typically in sandy soil. Origin – Native to North America. Other information – This big rush can be found in the southern half of Alabama. The plant … Read more

[Personal Experience] Gorilla Seed Bank Review 2023: UK Seed Bank With Great Customer Care

Website: www.gorilla-cannabis-seeds.co.uk Gorilla Seed Bank is a well-known UK seed bank and they are a reliable place to buy cannabis seeds. Gorilla seed bank has established a good reputation in the cannabis market in Europe and America. Gorilla seed bank has many advantages to become the top prominent seed bank in the UK and EU. … Read more

Sisyrinchium rosulatum Plant Identification (Flower, Leaf, Care, Uses)

Sisyrinchium rosulatum Michx. – Annual Blue-eyed Grass Family – Iridaceae Stems: Plant base. Leaves: N/A Inflorescence: N/A Flowers: Flowering – April – June. Habitat – Lawns, fields, waste ground, roadsides, railroads. Origin – Native to South America. Other information – This attractive species can be found in the southern portion of Alabama. The plant is … Read more

Chrysopsis gossypina Plant Identification (Flower, Leaf, Care, Uses)

Chrysopsis gossypina (Michx.) Ell. – Cottony Goldenaster Family – Asteraceae Stems: Leaves: Inflorescence: N/A Involucre: Ray flowers: Disk flowers: Flowering – September – October. Habitat – Sandy pine and Turkey Oak woods, sandhills, scrub. Origin – Native to North America. Other information – This attractive species can be found mainly in the most southern counties … Read more

Nemophila aphylla Plant Identification (Flower, Leaf, Care, Uses)

Nemophila aphylla (L.) Brummit – Smallflower Baby Blue-eyes Family – Hydrophyllaceae Stems: Leaves: Inflorescence: N/A Flowers: Calyx. Fruit. Flowering – March – April. Habitat – Swamp forests, alluvial woods, waste gorund, disturbed sites. Origin – Native to North America. Other information – This small species can be found scattered throughout Alabama. The plant is easy … Read more