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Mom (@SciAll) and son (@AtomicAnti) team, who like to do side projects in addition to school and work. This has been a lot of fun so far!

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AtomicAnti Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AtomicAnti Orange, California, USA8 years ago

Obviously this is a squirrel, but what kind, etc.?

AtomicAnti Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AtomicAnti Orange, California, USA8 years ago

No, they were growing in a hillside in the hills outside Anaheim, CA

AtomicAnti Perennial Begonia
Perennial Begonia commented on by AtomicAnti Anaheim, California, USA8 years ago

Thanks for the ID Edward. I have not been on in a long time, so it was nice to see your identification.

AtomicAnti Perennial Begonia
Perennial Begonia commented on by AtomicAnti Irvine, California, USA10 years ago

Any idea what type of begonia? If you know or have an idea please comment!

AtomicAnti Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AtomicAnti Irvine, California, USA10 years ago

If anyone can help identifying the type of Crassula that would be great! (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crassula)

AtomicAnti Yellow Oleander or Lucky Nut
Yellow Oleander or Lucky Nut commented on by AtomicAnti Irvine, California, USA10 years ago

Thanks, Quen

AtomicAnti Perez's Sea Lavender
Perez's Sea Lavender commented on by AtomicAnti Long Beach, California, USA10 years ago

Thanks, Edward. I have seen this in bouquets a lot, so it was nice to see it growing.

AtomicAnti Perennial Begonia
Perennial Begonia commented on by AtomicAnti Irvine, California, USA10 years ago

Thanks to all for the input. I had such a great time at this Buddhist temple. I love how the light was going through the plants! If anyone has a lead on the type of begonia that would be great.

AtomicAnti Lion's Tail or Wild Dagga
Lion's Tail or Wild Dagga commented on by AtomicAnti Long Beach, California, USA10 years ago

Thanks, Susan and Dan

AtomicAnti Garden Nasturtium, Indian Cress or Monks Cress
Garden Nasturtium, Indian Cress or Monks Cress commented on by AtomicAnti Irvine, California, USA10 years ago

Thanks Edward and Christopher!

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