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Identify these plants please

comments (2) February 15th, 2014 in gallery
YasirFarooq YasirFarooq, member
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Please help me to identify the plants. I im living in Pakistan(Islamabad). Also explaine how to grow them properly. The 4th one is glowing very slowly I dont know wether it is dead or live.



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CalNative writes: The red flower is primrose, Primula. It will go dormant in fall or winter and is often grown as an annual. Posted: 9:37 pm on February 25th
tntreeman writes: the first one perhaps canna? or a struggling banana
second, not sure but the dark green resembles chives, just a guess
third,,,,,,gloxinia?
4th is a variegated Juniper
last is definitely Asparagus fern Posted: 9:29 am on February 15th
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