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  2. shiney
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    Apple identification

    A link to this threadHow To I.D. Your Apples - and some fruits
    A link to this threadHow To I.D. Your Apples - and some fruits
    A link to this threadHow To I.D. Your Apples - and some fruits
    A link to this threadHow To I.D. Your Apples - and some fruits
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  3. Marley Farley
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    FIVE MOST POISONOUS PLANTS IN UK..

    Serious poisoning by plants is very rare in the UKDespite the British countryside’s genteel reputation there are a surprisingly large amount of poisonous plants growing both in the wild and in...
    Serious poisoning by plants is very rare in the UKDespite the British countryside’s genteel reputation there are a surprisingly large amount of poisonous plants growing both in the wild and in gardens. Some just cause discomfort, but others have the potential to kill. Here are five to watch...
    Serious poisoning by plants is very rare in the UKDespite the British countryside’s genteel reputation there are a surprisingly large amount of poisonous plants growing both in the wild and in gardens. Some just cause discomfort, but others...
    Serious poisoning by plants is very rare in the UKDespite the British countryside’s genteel reputation there are a surprisingly large amount of poisonous plants growing both in the wild and in...
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  4. Marley Farley
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    IMPORTANT NOTICE TO MEMBERS..

    POISONOUS PLANTS DISCLAIMER. IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ oTHISBy viewing this forum you agree that its members and staff of Gardeners Corner accept no liability for any injury or death occurring as...
    POISONOUS PLANTS DISCLAIMER. IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ oTHISBy viewing this forum you agree that its members and staff of Gardeners Corner accept no liability for any injury or death occurring as a result of ingesting or exposure to any plant or fungi, either mistakenly believing it to be one...
    POISONOUS PLANTS DISCLAIMER. IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ oTHISBy viewing this forum you agree that its members and staff of Gardeners Corner accept no liability for any injury or death occurring as a result of ingesting or exposure to any plant or...
    POISONOUS PLANTS DISCLAIMER. IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ oTHISBy viewing this forum you agree that its members and staff of Gardeners Corner accept no liability for any injury or death occurring as...
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  5. Marley Farley
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    Weed Identification..

    Sometimes it can be very confusing trying to decide whether some plants are plants we want to keep, or weeds that we don't want.. This thread might help, it was first posted in another forum by...
    Sometimes it can be very confusing trying to decide whether some plants are plants we want to keep, or weeds that we don't want.. This thread might help, it was first posted in another forum by HarrySKnow Your Weeds..Just click the link.. :SUNsmile:
    Sometimes it can be very confusing trying to decide whether some plants are plants we want to keep, or weeds that we don't want.. This thread might help, it was first posted in another forum by HarrySKnow Your Weeds..Just click the link.. :SUNsmile:
    Sometimes it can be very confusing trying to decide whether some plants are plants we want to keep, or weeds that we don't want.. This thread might help, it was first posted in another forum by...
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  7. cpb07

    Weed Identification Please

    HiCan anyone please help identify these weeds so that I can hopefully determine the best course of action to remove them?Thanks
    HiCan anyone please help identify these weeds so that I can hopefully determine the best course of action to remove them?Thanks
    HiCan anyone please help identify these weeds so that I can hopefully determine the best course of action to remove them?Thanks
    HiCan anyone please help identify these weeds so that I can hopefully determine the best course of action to remove them?Thanks
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  8. Snorky85

    ID please

    The golden leafed variety looks quite impressive as well. We have found that it tends to grow more compact and the flowers not quite as big - but a good contrast.
    The golden leafed variety looks quite impressive as well. We have found that it tends to grow more compact and the flowers not quite as big - but a good contrast.
    The golden leafed variety looks quite impressive as well. We have found that it tends to grow more compact and the flowers not quite as big - but a good contrast.
    The golden leafed variety looks quite impressive as well. We have found that it tends to grow more compact and the flowers not quite as big - but a good contrast.
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  9. Appleblossom31

    Id needed please

    Ive never pruned the two trees the 12 years Ive lived here, Ive only had to cut the taller tree to help with removing a bee swarm from the tree during the spring. So no idea how they got the...
    Ive never pruned the two trees the 12 years Ive lived here, Ive only had to cut the taller tree to help with removing a bee swarm from the tree during the spring. So no idea how they got the shape. Thanks for the ids guys.
    Ive never pruned the two trees the 12 years Ive lived here, Ive only had to cut the taller tree to help with removing a bee swarm from the tree during the spring. So no idea how they got the shape. Thanks for the ids guys.
    Ive never pruned the two trees the 12 years Ive lived here, Ive only had to cut the taller tree to help with removing a bee swarm from the tree during the spring. So no idea how they got the...
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  10. Sian in Belgium

    A cardoon or an echinops young plant?

    I suspect it'll be fine Sian, especially considering the fact that it's not in flower, I've transplanted both Eryngium and Echinops with no problems. I don't think 'thistles' in general are very...
    I suspect it'll be fine Sian, especially considering the fact that it's not in flower, I've transplanted both Eryngium and Echinops with no problems. I don't think 'thistles' in general are very demanding plants. :)Nick
    I suspect it'll be fine Sian, especially considering the fact that it's not in flower, I've transplanted both Eryngium and Echinops with no problems. I don't think 'thistles' in general are very demanding plants. :)Nick
    I suspect it'll be fine Sian, especially considering the fact that it's not in flower, I've transplanted both Eryngium and Echinops with no problems. I don't think 'thistles' in general are very...
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  11. barryman

    Well, I just don't know !!

    Now that you have mentioned a pepper I think that there may be a chance that it is that. I did plant a few pepper type things months ago so you could well be right. I will let it grow on and see...
    Now that you have mentioned a pepper I think that there may be a chance that it is that. I did plant a few pepper type things months ago so you could well be right. I will let it grow on and see if/what it produces.If it turns out to be a pepper from seed and it didn't produce anything by...
    Now that you have mentioned a pepper I think that there may be a chance that it is that. I did plant a few pepper type things months ago so you could well be right. I will let it grow on and see if/what it produces.If it turns out to be a...
    Now that you have mentioned a pepper I think that there may be a chance that it is that. I did plant a few pepper type things months ago so you could well be right. I will let it grow on and see...
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  12. shiney

    I.D. A quick spreader, please.

    @Silver surfer I shall do. :blue thumb:@Palustris they do look square. I'll have to go out and check. :)
    @Silver surfer I shall do. :blue thumb:@Palustris they do look square. I'll have to go out and check. :)
    @Silver surfer I shall do. :blue thumb:@Palustris they do look square. I'll have to go out and check. :)
    @Silver surfer I shall do. :blue thumb:@Palustris they do look square. I'll have to go out and check. :)
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  13. Bioilogica

    Eggs in my Dendrobium nobile

    Hi @CarolineL thank you, that's a really good point!I wonder if it could be solidified neem oil? I don't think it's perlite, because the potting mix doesn't contain any and they seemed kind of...
    Hi @CarolineL thank you, that's a really good point!I wonder if it could be solidified neem oil? I don't think it's perlite, because the potting mix doesn't contain any and they seemed kind of squishy.I repotted it and there doesn't seem to be anything suspicious in it now :) I'll keep an eye...
    Hi @CarolineL thank you, that's a really good point!I wonder if it could be solidified neem oil? I don't think it's perlite, because the potting mix doesn't contain any and they seemed kind of squishy.I repotted it and there doesn't seem to...
    Hi @CarolineL thank you, that's a really good point!I wonder if it could be solidified neem oil? I don't think it's perlite, because the potting mix doesn't contain any and they seemed kind of...
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  14. mazambo

    Is this a myrtle?

    How interesting..... Helleborus sahinii Winter Bells. The leaves are not like any Hellebore I know. But the flowers would fit as far as I can see. Amazing to have a Hellebore covered in flowers in...
    How interesting..... Helleborus sahinii Winter Bells. The leaves are not like any Hellebore I know. But the flowers would fit as far as I can see. Amazing to have a Hellebore covered in flowers in September.just added to my wish list.Helleborus x sahinii 'Winter Bells' - Google...
    How interesting..... Helleborus sahinii Winter Bells. The leaves are not like any Hellebore I know. But the flowers would fit as far as I can see. Amazing to have a Hellebore covered in flowers in September.just added to my wish...
    How interesting..... Helleborus sahinii Winter Bells. The leaves are not like any Hellebore I know. But the flowers would fit as far as I can see. Amazing to have a Hellebore covered in flowers in...
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  15. ThePlantAssassin

    Solved Unlabeled 1

    Thank you both. Much appreciated. I dont even recognise the names as something Ive purchased. What am I like!? To be fair the choice was obviously very limited this year so in desperation I picked...
    Thank you both. Much appreciated. I dont even recognise the names as something Ive purchased. What am I like!? To be fair the choice was obviously very limited this year so in desperation I picked things up willy nilly that looked pretty to fill a gap. Still I will ALWAYS keep labels in future!
    Thank you both. Much appreciated. I dont even recognise the names as something Ive purchased. What am I like!? To be fair the choice was obviously very limited this year so in desperation I picked things up willy nilly that looked pretty to fill...
    Thank you both. Much appreciated. I dont even recognise the names as something Ive purchased. What am I like!? To be fair the choice was obviously very limited this year so in desperation I picked...
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  16. Jasmine star

    Solved Another plant ID please.

    Thank you :dbgrtmb: They look lovely and pretty hardy too :yes:
    Thank you :dbgrtmb: They look lovely and pretty hardy too :yes:
    Thank you :dbgrtmb: They look lovely and pretty hardy too :yes:
    Thank you :dbgrtmb: They look lovely and pretty hardy too :yes:
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  17. Pollys13

    Invasive Plant How To Get Rid Of?

    OK thanks to both of you for replying:)
    OK thanks to both of you for replying:)
    OK thanks to both of you for replying:)
    OK thanks to both of you for replying:)
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  18. Jasmine star

    Solved ID please.

    Oooooo I'll get that out :yikes: thanks for the heads up :dbgrtmb:
    Oooooo I'll get that out :yikes: thanks for the heads up :dbgrtmb:
    Oooooo I'll get that out :yikes: thanks for the heads up :dbgrtmb:
    Oooooo I'll get that out :yikes: thanks for the heads up :dbgrtmb:
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  19. trogre

    Solved Two Plants to be ID Please

    I only a beginner, I have no idea but they are very beautiful flowers, gorgeous colours. Im a little envious.
    I only a beginner, I have no idea but they are very beautiful flowers, gorgeous colours. Im a little envious.
    I only a beginner, I have no idea but they are very beautiful flowers, gorgeous colours. Im a little envious.
    I only a beginner, I have no idea but they are very beautiful flowers, gorgeous colours. Im a little envious.
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  20. Appleblossom31

    Solved IDs needed please

    It can be a matter of personal taste. I've got swathes of aquilegias and i pull clumps of them out to give other plants a chance. I guess they just like the soil conditions here. They self seed...
    It can be a matter of personal taste. I've got swathes of aquilegias and i pull clumps of them out to give other plants a chance. I guess they just like the soil conditions here. They self seed too easily in my bluebell areas.. (I love my bluebells) So the ones shown here will have to come out...
    It can be a matter of personal taste. I've got swathes of aquilegias and i pull clumps of them out to give other plants a chance. I guess they just like the soil conditions here. They self seed too easily in my bluebell areas.. (I love my...
    It can be a matter of personal taste. I've got swathes of aquilegias and i pull clumps of them out to give other plants a chance. I guess they just like the soil conditions here. They self seed...
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  21. hans

    Solved Ground Breaking post

    But they thought it was just wind, oops
    But they thought it was just wind, oops
    But they thought it was just wind, oops
    But they thought it was just wind, oops
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  22. Piggins

    Solved Request for help identifying plant growing in hedge

    Excellent - many thanks for the quick and helpful reply
    Excellent - many thanks for the quick and helpful reply
    Excellent - many thanks for the quick and helpful reply
    Excellent - many thanks for the quick and helpful reply
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  23. mogcat22

    Solved Unknown Plant

    Thank you - yes that seems to ring a bell! It has not flowered - I see on google it would flower in August but did not - it is in part sun/shade. I have just looked at it and there are no buds...
    Thank you - yes that seems to ring a bell! It has not flowered - I see on google it would flower in August but did not - it is in part sun/shade. I have just looked at it and there are no buds forming. I wonder if this is due to all the wet weather we had or lack of sun?
    Thank you - yes that seems to ring a bell! It has not flowered - I see on google it would flower in August but did not - it is in part sun/shade. I have just looked at it and there are no buds forming. I wonder if this is due to all the wet...
    Thank you - yes that seems to ring a bell! It has not flowered - I see on google it would flower in August but did not - it is in part sun/shade. I have just looked at it and there are no buds...
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  24. Jasmine star

    Dahlia ID please.

    Ah ok I didn't know that. Thank you @Mike Allen. No, but what a fab idea. :blue thumb:
    Ah ok I didn't know that. Thank you @Mike Allen. No, but what a fab idea. :blue thumb:
    Ah ok I didn't know that. Thank you @Mike Allen. No, but what a fab idea. :blue thumb:
    Ah ok I didn't know that. Thank you @Mike Allen. No, but what a fab idea. :blue thumb:
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  25. jd67

    Solved What is this plant

    Thank you
    Thank you
    Thank you
    Thank you
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  26. karaman

    Solved What is this little thing? - chickens love it

    Hallo scrungee, pete and jwk,thank you - as far as the chickens are concerned i've probably mixed it up with chickweed -- come to think of it you are right, it has a white sap just like...
    Hallo scrungee, pete and jwk,thank you - as far as the chickens are concerned i've probably mixed it up with chickweed -- come to think of it you are right, it has a white sap just like euphorbia, i try to pull it up by the roots and that works well -- will think of it as 'peplus' from now...
    Hallo scrungee, pete and jwk,thank you - as far as the chickens are concerned i've probably mixed it up with chickweed -- come to think of it you are right, it has a white sap just like euphorbia, i try to pull it up by the roots and that...
    Hallo scrungee, pete and jwk,thank you - as far as the chickens are concerned i've probably mixed it up with chickweed -- come to think of it you are right, it has a white sap just like...
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