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Tony Singarajah

16 Days Ago

Looking To Find The Name Of A Flowering Plant.

I know this is not an image thread, I am not posting any image. I just uploaded an image. The title is Daily Flowering Plant.
I would like to know if any one can tell me the name of the plant or the flower please. The flower is white and it will bloom every day of the year.
TIA.
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Mike Savad

16 Days Ago

is there a better picture of it? its mostly blown out and too small to see, and you turned the zoom off

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if you have a better view, you can use google images and do an image search. it gets it right pretty often. otherwise i look for the tag on the tree.


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Tony Singarajah

16 Days Ago

Ok Mike, it is kind ok big old tree there is no tag.
When I am able to get out on the road I will go back see if I could ask some one live on that house. I will try google also. All I post another one close up of the flower, not zoomed but was close to the flower
I know the tree , seen in many tropical places but not the name. Well I will find out.
Thanks Mike

 

Mario Carta

16 Days Ago

Looks like a magnolia Tony

 

Mario Carta

16 Days Ago

Next to a gardenia it's a favorite of mine as it was a favorite flower of my mother.

 

Anne Sands

16 Days Ago

Looks like a gardenia shrub

 

Mario Carta

16 Days Ago

Hmm, I don't believe gardenia leaves are that large, magnolia though do get very large as they are huge trees.

 

Tony Singarajah

16 Days Ago

Ok thanks Mario and thanks Anne,
I will do a search on those and see what kind of images I get.
- little story of this is when I was growing up it is very common, and it is very strong and hard to kill. I put little plant and it grow very big bush or tree and flowers every day non stop. But I dont dont know the name of it, we call that daily weddeing 😊

 

Tony Singarajah

16 Days Ago

Thanks for all the suggestions , checking them on the google they all have many variety however, it is actually Gardenia
Thank you.

 

Karen Francis

16 Days Ago

I agree with Mario and Anne. Sometimes the magnolia blossoms are small in the early spring, then grow larger as the year progresses. Periwinkle is blooming now, and the yellow trumpet flowers on the vine.

 

Tony Singarajah

16 Days Ago

Thanks Karen
This one look like gardenia , the pictures I get in googl looks like it.
and it flowers all year round and its only comes in white as I know it

 

I believe this is a Double Flowering Crape (Crepe) Jasmine. My Grandmother had a bush in her yard and your image resembles the bloom. Looks similar to a gardenia but not as big but is fragrant like a gardenia.

https://www.amazon.com/Double-Flowering-Jasmine-Plants-Beauty/dp/B07K7GJ9NR

 

Mario Carta

16 Days Ago

Maybe it is a gardenia, would have to smell it, It is my favorite fragrance and a beautiful flower.

 

The leaves on Tony's plant are much larger than on any gardenia bush I've ever seen. Don't think it's a gardenia. The leaves on the Crape/Crepe Jasmine are similar to Tony's pic.

https://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/57114/#b

 

Tony Singarajah

16 Days Ago

When I am able to go out I will take another photo of the whole tree that might give a more detail and a close up on the flower too. They do look very close. I will also smell and see what kind of fragrant is.
But now I am locked in lol

 

Doug Swanson

16 Days Ago

Cape Jasmine is a Gardenia. There are a bunch of cultivated varieties including little ones that come in pots for indoors and a larger shrub that grows outdoors in warm regions. Some years back, I had one like that, sold by a nursery that said that it would survive outdoors in Baltimore. It didn't, so I only had it until nights got frosty and that was the end of that. They generally also don't last long indoors either unless you have a lot of light and indoor moisture.

 

MM Anderson

15 Days Ago

Looks like a gardenia of some sort to me. Pretty sure it's not any kind of magnolia I've ever seen.

 

Two totally different plants .... From Tony's picture, it seems to be the second .... Crepe/Crape Jasmine. Just my 2 cents and of course, I could be wrong.😊

Gardenia - aka CAPE jasmine (Gardenia jasminoides)
https://www.123rf.com/photo_121410638_white-gardenia-flower-or-cape-jasmine-gardenia-jasminoides-.html

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CREPE or CRAPE Jasmine (Tabernaemontana divaricata) ‘Flore Pleno’)
https://www.south-florida-plant-guide.com/crape-jasmine.html

 

Tony Singarajah

15 Days Ago

Both of those photos are from the same tree or shrub. Different flowers but from the same tree.

 

Tony ... are you talking about the photos I posted? Don't understand what you're saying.

 

Tony Singarajah

15 Days Ago

Sorry for the confusion. I was saying my two posts were from the same tree.
I look at what you sent , yes you are right it is the second one that matches almost closely.
Thank you I would say that is it.

 

Tony Singarajah

14 Days Ago

Looking for help please
This is another flowering plant that is so beautiful and at night produce very beautiful fragrant almost like lilac. It change it color to kind pink violet as the flower get older.
I am sure some of you may already know the name.
Thakns
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