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  2. Marley Farley
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    WILDFLOWERS YOUHAVE SEEN WHILE OUT WALKING 2019

    We've had it growing in our garden for decades. The leaves look quite spectacular at times but are extremely vicious :rolleyespink:At one time a local garden centre said they would love to buy them from us...
    We've had it growing in our garden for decades. The leaves look quite spectacular at times but are extremely vicious :rolleyespink:At one time a local garden centre said they would love to buy them from us (we had loads) but the plant regulations said we would have to have a 'plant heath certificate'...
    We've had it growing in our garden for decades. The leaves look quite spectacular at times but are extremely vicious :rolleyespink:At one time a local garden centre said they would love to buy them from us (we had loads) but the plant regulations said we...
    We've had it growing in our garden for decades. The leaves look quite spectacular at times but are extremely vicious :rolleyespink:At one time a local garden centre said they would love to buy them from us...
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  3. Phil A
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    Herb Identification

    @shiney :phew:
    @shiney :phew:
    @shiney :phew:
    @shiney :phew:
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  4. Phil A
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    Wildlife & Countyside act,code of conduct.

    I wonder if this point is handled by Scottish law, which is not the same as the law of England and Wales.
    I wonder if this point is handled by Scottish law, which is not the same as the law of England and Wales.
    I wonder if this point is handled by Scottish law, which is not the same as the law of England and Wales.
    I wonder if this point is handled by Scottish law, which is not the same as the law of England and Wales.
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  6. kr236rk

    Herb Garden Disaster :(

    Have now removed 2/3 of growth leaving the Oregano which I hope will keep on going - it supports tiny, brightly coloured moths during the summer. I also dug out the ants' nest - they are red ants...
    Have now removed 2/3 of growth leaving the Oregano which I hope will keep on going - it supports tiny, brightly coloured moths during the summer. I also dug out the ants' nest - they are red ants - and deposited it elsewhere in the garden. They may not be harming the raised bed but they are...
    Have now removed 2/3 of growth leaving the Oregano which I hope will keep on going - it supports tiny, brightly coloured moths during the summer. I also dug out the ants' nest - they are red ants - and deposited it elsewhere in the garden. They...
    Have now removed 2/3 of growth leaving the Oregano which I hope will keep on going - it supports tiny, brightly coloured moths during the summer. I also dug out the ants' nest - they are red ants...
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  7. luciusmaximus

    Confirmation on these please

    Thank you.
    Thank you.
    Thank you.
    Thank you.
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  8. Nosivad

    How to propagate these poppies

    :heehee: When I first glanced at this I thought it said 'how do I propagate 'puppies'. :whistle:I have some Danish Flag and Black Peony Poppy seeds and look forward to seeing results. In saying that, I have...
    :heehee: When I first glanced at this I thought it said 'how do I propagate 'puppies'. :whistle:I have some Danish Flag and Black Peony Poppy seeds and look forward to seeing results. In saying that, I have never had success with Poppies after many attempts! :scratch:
    :heehee: When I first glanced at this I thought it said 'how do I propagate 'puppies'. :whistle:I have some Danish Flag and Black Peony Poppy seeds and look forward to seeing results. In saying that, I have never had success with Poppies after many attempts! :scratch:
    :heehee: When I first glanced at this I thought it said 'how do I propagate 'puppies'. :whistle:I have some Danish Flag and Black Peony Poppy seeds and look forward to seeing results. In saying that, I have...
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  9. ARMANDII
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    WILD FLOWERS YOU HAVE SEEN WHILST OUT WALKING 2018

    Link To New ThreadWILDFLOWERS YOUHAVE SEEN WHILE OUT WALKING 2019
    Link To New ThreadWILDFLOWERS YOUHAVE SEEN WHILE OUT WALKING 2019
    Link To New ThreadWILDFLOWERS YOUHAVE SEEN WHILE OUT WALKING 2019
    Link To New ThreadWILDFLOWERS YOUHAVE SEEN WHILE OUT WALKING 2019
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  10. Warwick lad

    Will they survive??

    Thanks, everyone I really want them to take off as the flavour of the parent bush is just great, so strong. BJ.
    Thanks, everyone I really want them to take off as the flavour of the parent bush is just great, so strong. BJ.
    Thanks, everyone I really want them to take off as the flavour of the parent bush is just great, so strong. BJ.
    Thanks, everyone I really want them to take off as the flavour of the parent bush is just great, so strong. BJ.
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  11. Mabs W

    Help needed please

    Hi Zigs Thank you for further information, I'm very grateful. If I achieve any level of success, I'll be sure to post a photo next year.
    Hi Zigs Thank you for further information, I'm very grateful. If I achieve any level of success, I'll be sure to post a photo next year.
    Hi Zigs Thank you for further information, I'm very grateful. If I achieve any level of success, I'll be sure to post a photo next year.
    Hi Zigs Thank you for further information, I'm very grateful. If I achieve any level of success, I'll be sure to post a photo next year.
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  12. luciusmaximus

    Making poor soil

    It's a bit late to comment but in case it's still relevant, I hade this same problem and on advice from the supplier of wild flower turf, I stripped all of the top soil away from what had been a...
    It's a bit late to comment but in case it's still relevant, I hade this same problem and on advice from the supplier of wild flower turf, I stripped all of the top soil away from what had been a well fed veg patch. The resultant 5o sq mt of wild flowers are well worth the effort.
    It's a bit late to comment but in case it's still relevant, I hade this same problem and on advice from the supplier of wild flower turf, I stripped all of the top soil away from what had been a well fed veg patch. The resultant 5o sq mt of...
    It's a bit late to comment but in case it's still relevant, I hade this same problem and on advice from the supplier of wild flower turf, I stripped all of the top soil away from what had been a...
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  13. Mowerman

    Field Horse Tails - Advice Appreciated

    I'm not quite sure where you get the 4ltrs from?I don't think there is a fundamental difference - apart from strength - from the commercially available glysophate and that whereby Roundup rob...
    I'm not quite sure where you get the 4ltrs from?I don't think there is a fundamental difference - apart from strength - from the commercially available glysophate and that whereby Roundup rob the general public selling in small quantities? I've been using the commercial kind for many years...
    I'm not quite sure where you get the 4ltrs from?I don't think there is a fundamental difference - apart from strength - from the commercially available glysophate and that whereby Roundup rob the general public selling in small quantities? ...
    I'm not quite sure where you get the 4ltrs from?I don't think there is a fundamental difference - apart from strength - from the commercially available glysophate and that whereby Roundup rob...
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  14. luciusmaximus

    Toadflax

    A bit like some people :rolleyespink:
    A bit like some people :rolleyespink:
    A bit like some people :rolleyespink:
    A bit like some people :rolleyespink:
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  15. luciusmaximus

    New Wildflowers in my Garden - I think.

    Hi LuciusI think the first one may be ground ivy/ Glecoma hederacea?
    Hi LuciusI think the first one may be ground ivy/ Glecoma hederacea?
    Hi LuciusI think the first one may be ground ivy/ Glecoma hederacea?
    Hi LuciusI think the first one may be ground ivy/ Glecoma hederacea?
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  16. Paul Blackburn

    Snowdrops and Bluebells

    Here are the snowflakes in flower as of friday. 50mm fixed lens.50mm fixed lens with a 21mm extention tube
    Here are the snowflakes in flower as of friday. 50mm fixed lens.50mm fixed lens with a 21mm extention tube
    Here are the snowflakes in flower as of friday. 50mm fixed lens.50mm fixed lens with a 21mm extention tube
    Here are the snowflakes in flower as of friday. 50mm fixed lens.50mm fixed lens with a 21mm extention tube
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  17. luciusmaximus
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    Is this a Violet

    Yup, that's a violet! If you look behind the flower, there are the typical heart-shaped leaves.
    Yup, that's a violet! If you look behind the flower, there are the typical heart-shaped leaves.
    Yup, that's a violet! If you look behind the flower, there are the typical heart-shaped leaves.
    Yup, that's a violet! If you look behind the flower, there are the typical heart-shaped leaves.
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  18. luciusmaximus

    ID on this please

    I've got a large patch of dead nettle, which I'm encouraging to spread. I noticed, a few days ago, another plant which I don't recognize growing in the garden. It has pure flowers and leaves look...
    I've got a large patch of dead nettle, which I'm encouraging to spread. I noticed, a few days ago, another plant which I don't recognize growing in the garden. It has pure flowers and leaves look similar to dead nettle. I'll take a pic later. I saw a Bee feeding from it.
    I've got a large patch of dead nettle, which I'm encouraging to spread. I noticed, a few days ago, another plant which I don't recognize growing in the garden. It has pure flowers and leaves look similar to dead nettle. I'll take a pic later. I...
    I've got a large patch of dead nettle, which I'm encouraging to spread. I noticed, a few days ago, another plant which I don't recognize growing in the garden. It has pure flowers and leaves look...
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  19. Agent Orange
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    Oxlip, Primrose and crocus

    primrose. keep forgetting to get them.
    primrose. keep forgetting to get them.
    primrose. keep forgetting to get them.
    primrose. keep forgetting to get them.
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  20. Paul Blackburn

    Will these flower next year

    Thanks, the big issue is where to put them all. the area in question is size able right now, I am thinking 10 foot by 8 foot flooded with the bulbs. just tons of bulbs under there need to...
    Thanks, the big issue is where to put them all. the area in question is size able right now, I am thinking 10 foot by 8 foot flooded with the bulbs. just tons of bulbs under there need to divide. I might give some to neighbors in the green and teach them how to plant them. over the years...
    Thanks, the big issue is where to put them all. the area in question is size able right now, I am thinking 10 foot by 8 foot flooded with the bulbs. just tons of bulbs under there need to divide. I might give some to neighbors in the green...
    Thanks, the big issue is where to put them all. the area in question is size able right now, I am thinking 10 foot by 8 foot flooded with the bulbs. just tons of bulbs under there need to...
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  21. wiseowl

    ID please

    Woo when you go back have a look for nasty thorns. Blackthorn ..Prunus spinosa have them.Your pic looks as if they have a bloom on. A grey layer which gets rubbed off very easily when you...
    Woo when you go back have a look for nasty thorns. Blackthorn ..Prunus spinosa have them.Your pic looks as if they have a bloom on. A grey layer which gets rubbed off very easily when you touch the fruits. See.OR They could be tiny wild plums...bullace.purple-bullace - Suffolk Flora...
    Woo when you go back have a look for nasty thorns. Blackthorn ..Prunus spinosa have them.Your pic looks as if they have a bloom on. A grey layer which gets rubbed off very easily when you touch the fruits. See.OR They could be tiny wild...
    Woo when you go back have a look for nasty thorns. Blackthorn ..Prunus spinosa have them.Your pic looks as if they have a bloom on. A grey layer which gets rubbed off very easily when you...
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  22. BeeHappy
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    WILDFLOWER MEADOW MANIA

    OK @KFF, you're on! However, due to underwhelming demand for tickets for this most desirable of prizes, I'm afraid your ticket will cost £50,000 :dunno::roflol:. You can pay by cheque, cash, or even PayPal!!
    OK @KFF, you're on! However, due to underwhelming demand for tickets for this most desirable of prizes, I'm afraid your ticket will cost £50,000 :dunno::roflol:. You can pay by cheque, cash, or even PayPal!!
    OK @KFF, you're on! However, due to underwhelming demand for tickets for this most desirable of prizes, I'm afraid your ticket will cost £50,000 :dunno::roflol:. You can pay by cheque, cash, or even PayPal!!
    OK @KFF, you're on! However, due to underwhelming demand for tickets for this most desirable of prizes, I'm afraid your ticket will cost £50,000 :dunno::roflol:. You can pay by cheque, cash, or even PayPal!!
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  23. BeeHappy

    WEEDS WELCOME

    I also like Willow HerbAnnual PoppiesNettlesand those plants that come in uninvited via birds, air, rain, etc.
    I also like Willow HerbAnnual PoppiesNettlesand those plants that come in uninvited via birds, air, rain, etc.
    I also like Willow HerbAnnual PoppiesNettlesand those plants that come in uninvited via birds, air, rain, etc.
    I also like Willow HerbAnnual PoppiesNettlesand those plants that come in uninvited via birds, air, rain, etc.
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  24. wiseowl
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    On Our Walk this Morning

    Thanks @Zigs much appreciated my friend.its the Russels that I have to be careful with:)
    Thanks @Zigs much appreciated my friend.its the Russels that I have to be careful with:)
    Thanks @Zigs much appreciated my friend.its the Russels that I have to be careful with:)
    Thanks @Zigs much appreciated my friend.its the Russels that I have to be careful with:)
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  25. wiseowl
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    Seen This Morning

    Good afternoon @Heucherella many thanks my friend
    Good afternoon @Heucherella many thanks my friend
    Good afternoon @Heucherella many thanks my friend
    Good afternoon @Heucherella many thanks my friend
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