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  2. Zigs
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    Poisonous Plants - A summary

    Excellent words of wisdom our mandy :thumbsup: if only teenage boys were told the same :rasp:And not so teenage boys too I'd imagine :watching:
    Excellent words of wisdom our mandy :thumbsup: if only teenage boys were told the same :rasp:And not so teenage boys too I'd imagine :watching:
    Excellent words of wisdom our mandy :thumbsup: if only teenage boys were told the same :rasp:And not so teenage boys too I'd imagine :watching:
    Excellent words of wisdom our mandy :thumbsup: if only teenage boys were told the same :rasp:And not so teenage boys too I'd imagine :watching:
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  3. Marley Farley
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    Useful x 8

    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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  4. Zigs
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    Important Notice, Please Read

    check it with me first:biggrin: the nasty one is pretty easy to spot, doesn't have the pure white flesh as it sets spores early on. Giant Puffball is one of my favorites, never fry it in oil though,...
    check it with me first:biggrin: the nasty one is pretty easy to spot, doesn't have the pure white flesh as it sets spores early on. Giant Puffball is one of my favorites, never fry it in oil though, always butter & herbs. Oil makes it bitter. Had many a lovely meadow puffball too.
    check it with me first:biggrin: the nasty one is pretty easy to spot, doesn't have the pure white flesh as it sets spores early on. Giant Puffball is one of my favorites, never fry it in oil though, always butter & herbs. Oil makes it bitter. Had many a...
    check it with me first:biggrin: the nasty one is pretty easy to spot, doesn't have the pure white flesh as it sets spores early on. Giant Puffball is one of my favorites, never fry it in oil though,...
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  6. Snorky85

    ID please-possible hellebore?

    found a cluster of these growing under an overgrown hebe. There had been a hellebore growing nearby but not 100% these are hellebore as the leaves look different to me...any thoughts? :) TIA
    found a cluster of these growing under an overgrown hebe. There had been a hellebore growing nearby but not 100% these are hellebore as the leaves look different to me...any thoughts? :) TIA
    found a cluster of these growing under an overgrown hebe. There had been a hellebore growing nearby but not 100% these are hellebore as the leaves look different to me...any thoughts? :) TIA
    found a cluster of these growing under an overgrown hebe. There had been a hellebore growing nearby but not 100% these are hellebore as the leaves look different to me...any thoughts? :) TIA
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  7. GardeningFin

    Plant ID please

    I need an echium in my life
    I need an echium in my life
    I need an echium in my life
    I need an echium in my life
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  8. johnven

    Plant ID requried

    My guess would be french bean.
    My guess would be french bean.
    My guess would be french bean.
    My guess would be french bean.
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  9. Sheal

    Shrub id please

    Do these help at all @Silver surfer ?
    Do these help at all @Silver surfer ?
    Do these help at all @Silver surfer ?
    Do these help at all @Silver surfer ?
    08.jpg 02.jpg 07.jpg 10.jpg 13.jpg 14.jpg
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  10. trogre
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    Yellow Rockery Plant

    Thanks for your identification,it does look cute in the container:spinning:
    Thanks for your identification,it does look cute in the container:spinning:
    Thanks for your identification,it does look cute in the container:spinning:
    Thanks for your identification,it does look cute in the container:spinning:
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  11. Elina

    Some ids and info plz

    I like to move shrubs and trees and also plant new bare-root ones in the autumn, say late October/November - that gives them time to get their roots re-established before they need to start...
    I like to move shrubs and trees and also plant new bare-root ones in the autumn, say late October/November - that gives them time to get their roots re-established before they need to start growing again. But again, take a look at this advice from the RHS which gives you a wider timeframe,...
    I like to move shrubs and trees and also plant new bare-root ones in the autumn, say late October/November - that gives them time to get their roots re-established before they need to start growing again. But again, take a look at this advice...
    I like to move shrubs and trees and also plant new bare-root ones in the autumn, say late October/November - that gives them time to get their roots re-established before they need to start...
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  12. Sian in Belgium

    can anyone identify these two plants, please?

    Your first is Lucerne you are right. Used as a green manure by farmers often.Your second one could be Enchanters nightshade. If it is don't let it seed it will take over in a...
    Your first is Lucerne you are right. Used as a green manure by farmers often.Your second one could be Enchanters nightshade. If it is don't let it seed it will take over in a flash. Enchanter's nightshade/RHS Gardening
    Your first is Lucerne you are right. Used as a green manure by farmers often.Your second one could be Enchanters nightshade. If it is don't let it seed it will take over in a flash. Enchanter's nightshade/RHS Gardening
    Your first is Lucerne you are right. Used as a green manure by farmers often.Your second one could be Enchanters nightshade. If it is don't let it seed it will take over in a...
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  13. shiney

    Bug I.D. Please

    They are ground beetles and they are good guys - they eat slugs! I have a few coming into house too at the moment - could be looking for moisture.
    They are ground beetles and they are good guys - they eat slugs! I have a few coming into house too at the moment - could be looking for moisture.
    They are ground beetles and they are good guys - they eat slugs! I have a few coming into house too at the moment - could be looking for moisture.
    They are ground beetles and they are good guys - they eat slugs! I have a few coming into house too at the moment - could be looking for moisture.
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  14. trogre

    Sick Bay Patient

    Hi All. Thanks for your input. Got to admit Mimulus was not what I was thinking off. Interesting they are perennials not annuals so will let them do their thing then take some root cuttings before...
    Hi All. Thanks for your input. Got to admit Mimulus was not what I was thinking off. Interesting they are perennials not annuals so will let them do their thing then take some root cuttings before transplanting to a permanent position. Good tip about leaving 2 inch gap for water.
    Hi All. Thanks for your input. Got to admit Mimulus was not what I was thinking off. Interesting they are perennials not annuals so will let them do their thing then take some root cuttings before transplanting to a permanent position. Good tip...
    Hi All. Thanks for your input. Got to admit Mimulus was not what I was thinking off. Interesting they are perennials not annuals so will let them do their thing then take some root cuttings before...
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  15. Heucherella

    Hardy Geraniums - help with names please

    I also have a ton of them. thinned out a bunch last year, and this year. still they are huge .mine are just the simple ones. a great tough plant. I gave up long ago to trying to remember...
    I also have a ton of them. thinned out a bunch last year, and this year. still they are huge .mine are just the simple ones. a great tough plant. I gave up long ago to trying to remember variety names of stuff, too much.
    I also have a ton of them. thinned out a bunch last year, and this year. still they are huge .mine are just the simple ones. a great tough plant. I gave up long ago to trying to remember variety names of stuff, too much.
    I also have a ton of them. thinned out a bunch last year, and this year. still they are huge .mine are just the simple ones. a great tough plant. I gave up long ago to trying to remember...
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  16. Nigel62

    ID please

    All in the bin, thanks for replys
    All in the bin, thanks for replys
    All in the bin, thanks for replys
    All in the bin, thanks for replys
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  17. Irmemac

    Beautiful Plants

    Thank you all. I'm glad to have names for these plants. :)
    Thank you all. I'm glad to have names for these plants. :)
    Thank you all. I'm glad to have names for these plants. :)
    Thank you all. I'm glad to have names for these plants. :)
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  18. nikirushka

    What are these please?

    Self heal grows in my lawn; I like it.
    Self heal grows in my lawn; I like it.
    Self heal grows in my lawn; I like it.
    Self heal grows in my lawn; I like it.
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  19. Ariadae

    A salvia?

    Thankyou @zenj
    Thankyou @zenj
    Thankyou @zenj
    Thankyou @zenj
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  20. David E Peacock

    Aster Plant leaf problem

    I'm positive that you are correct! Thank you . . .
    I'm positive that you are correct! Thank you . . .
    I'm positive that you are correct! Thank you . . .
    I'm positive that you are correct! Thank you . . .
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  21. Greenish

    Do I have a potential 35m giant in a pot?

    You split the words incorrectly :nonofinger: We always split them differently and pronounce them the way we split them :snorky: Silly Bum Mari Anum :rasp: :lunapic 130165696578242 5:
    You split the words incorrectly :nonofinger: We always split them differently and pronounce them the way we split them :snorky: Silly Bum Mari Anum :rasp: :lunapic 130165696578242 5:
    You split the words incorrectly :nonofinger: We always split them differently and pronounce them the way we split them :snorky: Silly Bum Mari Anum :rasp: :lunapic 130165696578242 5:
    You split the words incorrectly :nonofinger: We always split them differently and pronounce them the way we split them :snorky: Silly Bum Mari Anum :rasp: :lunapic 130165696578242 5:
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  22. Zigs

    ID for a friend

    Laptop I'd say
    Laptop I'd say
    Laptop I'd say
    Laptop I'd say
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  23. martin-f

    Plants with no name Home Bargains

    Thank you that's great to know, I will keep a eye on both types when they start flowering properly.
    Thank you that's great to know, I will keep a eye on both types when they start flowering properly.
    Thank you that's great to know, I will keep a eye on both types when they start flowering properly.
    Thank you that's great to know, I will keep a eye on both types when they start flowering properly.
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  24. CROF

    Can you identify these?

    Yep, I think the seed is slightly similar to look at as well, as I remember, Adenium is white and Dahlia is brown, I think.:scratch:
    Yep, I think the seed is slightly similar to look at as well, as I remember, Adenium is white and Dahlia is brown, I think.:scratch:
    Yep, I think the seed is slightly similar to look at as well, as I remember, Adenium is white and Dahlia is brown, I think.:scratch:
    Yep, I think the seed is slightly similar to look at as well, as I remember, Adenium is white and Dahlia is brown, I think.:scratch:
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  25. Elina

    Some IDs please

    You only pay for expert advice, so once you ID it come back here for lots of expert help :spinning:
    You only pay for expert advice, so once you ID it come back here for lots of expert help :spinning:
    You only pay for expert advice, so once you ID it come back here for lots of expert help :spinning:
    You only pay for expert advice, so once you ID it come back here for lots of expert help :spinning:
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