Plant ID forum: Need help to identify these species (down to Binomial name if possible) LAST :)

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New-Brunswick, Canada
NightCrow
Jan 18, 2019 8:47 PM CST
I'm here to identify more species in a personal project of mine. First I identify a plant, by myself or with your help, down to the species name (Binomial name) then I do a lot of research on that species to confirm it is truly the species I found and to learn more about it. As of 18/01/2019, I've identified 412 species.

Any help is greatly appreciated! Thank you!

P.S: These plant were found in Canada, in Quebec/New-Brunswick. These plants were not found in the wild, they were cultivated!

P.S (2): Thanks to all of you on garden.org that have helped me identify some more species to add to my collection, you're truly appreciated!! This cactus is the final species I was not able to identify by myself. Sorry if the many posts bothered you, but know that your help has really helped me with those species I had difficulties with! Thank you! :)


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tofitropic
Jan 19, 2019 2:38 AM CST
NightCrow said:
Sorry if the many posts bothered you, but know that your help has really helped me with those species I had difficulties with! Thank you! :)

We..(or for sure I am, very happy to watch your post... so no sorry is required... please keep more coming)...
could it be this one
Joseph's Coat (Opuntia monacantha 'Variegata')..
New-Brunswick, Canada
NightCrow
Jan 19, 2019 9:04 AM CST
tofitropic said:
We..(or for sure I am, very happy to watch your post... so no sorry is required... please keep more coming)...
could it be this one
Joseph's Coat (Opuntia monacantha 'Variegata')..


Thanks for your understanding! Smiling For the next few months, I will not bet posting any more plants, or maybe a few trees actually, but I'll surely post some more when summer will be at our doors :)

For the cactus, I'm not completely sure yet, but it sure does look like it Smiling I'll have to wait for it to grow and flower I guess :)

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