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  2. Zigs
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    Native Trees and Shrubs reference

    It appears there's more than one variety of Bullace, inluding Golden (AKA 'White'), that grows hereabouts (although most people have never seen it), and there's also 'Black' Bullace which could be...
    It appears there's more than one variety of Bullace, inluding Golden (AKA 'White'), that grows hereabouts (although most people have never seen it), and there's also 'Black' Bullace which could be the one in your image. And there's others, including some hybrids, and it's not help by locals who...
    It appears there's more than one variety of Bullace, inluding Golden (AKA 'White'), that grows hereabouts (although most people have never seen it), and there's also 'Black' Bullace which could be the one in your image. And there's others,...
    It appears there's more than one variety of Bullace, inluding Golden (AKA 'White'), that grows hereabouts (although most people have never seen it), and there's also 'Black' Bullace which could be...
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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  7. Sonya

    Not sure what these are

    Lavatera is one of my favourites - in fact, I am a sucker for any of the mallows really. At the moment, I have a good few of the annuals and a perennial that came back from just a root, all...
    Lavatera is one of my favourites - in fact, I am a sucker for any of the mallows really. At the moment, I have a good few of the annuals and a perennial that came back from just a root, all blooming away. Thank goodness, because a lot of stuff has been a bit of a disaster really.
    Lavatera is one of my favourites - in fact, I am a sucker for any of the mallows really. At the moment, I have a good few of the annuals and a perennial that came back from just a root, all blooming away. Thank goodness, because a lot of stuff...
    Lavatera is one of my favourites - in fact, I am a sucker for any of the mallows really. At the moment, I have a good few of the annuals and a perennial that came back from just a root, all...
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  8. Jack Sparrow
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    This looks very pretty

    Further to Caroline's suggestion, I grew Livingstone daisies from seed this year, really easily. Chucked the seeds in a topsoil and potting compost mix in a large pot and kept it in a sunny spot,...
    Further to Caroline's suggestion, I grew Livingstone daisies from seed this year, really easily. Chucked the seeds in a topsoil and potting compost mix in a large pot and kept it in a sunny spot, watered regularly, sometimes with Tomorite. They came up a treat. Just now I have a mass of...
    Further to Caroline's suggestion, I grew Livingstone daisies from seed this year, really easily. Chucked the seeds in a topsoil and potting compost mix in a large pot and kept it in a sunny spot, watered regularly, sometimes with Tomorite. They...
    Further to Caroline's suggestion, I grew Livingstone daisies from seed this year, really easily. Chucked the seeds in a topsoil and potting compost mix in a large pot and kept it in a sunny spot,...
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  9. martyn bromley

    Green slime

    @martyn bromley I think it could be Nostoc algae.. It is harmless and pops up all over the place and is one of the original life forms.. It appears when the weather is wet and warm which we have...
    @martyn bromley I think it could be Nostoc algae.. It is harmless and pops up all over the place and is one of the original life forms.. It appears when the weather is wet and warm which we have been experiencing lately.. When it is wet on the ground it forms a colony, not often seen, but after...
    @martyn bromley I think it could be Nostoc algae.. It is harmless and pops up all over the place and is one of the original life forms.. It appears when the weather is wet and warm which we have been experiencing lately.. When it is wet on the...
    @martyn bromley I think it could be Nostoc algae.. It is harmless and pops up all over the place and is one of the original life forms.. It appears when the weather is wet and warm which we have...
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  10. Jack Sparrow
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    A local treasure.

    That's something we have heard often enough up there - if you go to a beach with anyone else on it, just go to the next. That way you could have your private beach. And what's more - Tiree has an...
    That's something we have heard often enough up there - if you go to a beach with anyone else on it, just go to the next. That way you could have your private beach. And what's more - Tiree has an airfield, so you could even fly there :lunapic 130165696578242 5:
    That's something we have heard often enough up there - if you go to a beach with anyone else on it, just go to the next. That way you could have your private beach. And what's more - Tiree has an airfield, so you could even fly there :lunapic 130165696578242 5:
    That's something we have heard often enough up there - if you go to a beach with anyone else on it, just go to the next. That way you could have your private beach. And what's more - Tiree has an...
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  11. CROF

    Identify these 2 flowers/plants?

    The first one is a tuberous begonia, CROF, but the second, well it's difficult to say until it flowers! It could be a wallflower or something else in the cruciferae family.:scratch:
    The first one is a tuberous begonia, CROF, but the second, well it's difficult to say until it flowers! It could be a wallflower or something else in the cruciferae family.:scratch:
    The first one is a tuberous begonia, CROF, but the second, well it's difficult to say until it flowers! It could be a wallflower or something else in the cruciferae family.:scratch:
    The first one is a tuberous begonia, CROF, but the second, well it's difficult to say until it flowers! It could be a wallflower or something else in the cruciferae family.:scratch:
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  12. Jack Sparrow

    Crocosmia?

    I grow Garnet as it is about the hardiest Penstemon you can grow which is important from the point of view of where I live (in Scotland) It's not nearly as showy as Lucifer or as tall. If you...
    I grow Garnet as it is about the hardiest Penstemon you can grow which is important from the point of view of where I live (in Scotland) It's not nearly as showy as Lucifer or as tall. If you wanted to grow a showy penstemon of similar colour to Lucifer then something like King George. This...
    I grow Garnet as it is about the hardiest Penstemon you can grow which is important from the point of view of where I live (in Scotland) It's not nearly as showy as Lucifer or as tall. If you wanted to grow a showy penstemon of similar colour to...
    I grow Garnet as it is about the hardiest Penstemon you can grow which is important from the point of view of where I live (in Scotland) It's not nearly as showy as Lucifer or as tall. If you...
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  13. Ariadae

    A poo problem! ( with pic)

    Looks like fox to me too, but not expert on these things.. :heehee:
    Looks like fox to me too, but not expert on these things.. :heehee:
    Looks like fox to me too, but not expert on these things.. :heehee:
    Looks like fox to me too, but not expert on these things.. :heehee:
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  14. Chiaroscuro

    This Has Sprouted...

    Quite right Redwing :) Not likely that they carry coconuts either :)
    Quite right Redwing :) Not likely that they carry coconuts either :)
    Quite right Redwing :) Not likely that they carry coconuts either :)
    Quite right Redwing :) Not likely that they carry coconuts either :)
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  15. ellabella

    What on earth is this?

    Slime mold, that's definitely it! :ideaIPB: Never heard of it before. Sounds revolting and looks even worse..... dog's vomit describes it perfectly :frown:! I read Sonya's link, really weird stuff. I had to...
    Slime mold, that's definitely it! :ideaIPB: Never heard of it before. Sounds revolting and looks even worse..... dog's vomit describes it perfectly :frown:! I read Sonya's link, really weird stuff. I had to rush out just now to check it's progress, in case it had walked off somewhere. It still looks...
    Slime mold, that's definitely it! :ideaIPB: Never heard of it before. Sounds revolting and looks even worse..... dog's vomit describes it perfectly :frown:! I read Sonya's link, really weird stuff. I had to rush out just now to check it's progress, in case...
    Slime mold, that's definitely it! :ideaIPB: Never heard of it before. Sounds revolting and looks even worse..... dog's vomit describes it perfectly :frown:! I read Sonya's link, really weird stuff. I had to...
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  16. Sally Parker

    What are these Roses Please?

    I wasn't very clear - RNRS is royal national rose society, HQ is in an area of St Albans whose name I can't remember, I'm afraid. When I worked as a volunteer there, they frequently got ID...
    I wasn't very clear - RNRS is royal national rose society, HQ is in an area of St Albans whose name I can't remember, I'm afraid. When I worked as a volunteer there, they frequently got ID requests. The flower would help immensely though!Whoops - just googled them - apparently gone into...
    I wasn't very clear - RNRS is royal national rose society, HQ is in an area of St Albans whose name I can't remember, I'm afraid. When I worked as a volunteer there, they frequently got ID requests. The flower would help immensely though!Whoops...
    I wasn't very clear - RNRS is royal national rose society, HQ is in an area of St Albans whose name I can't remember, I'm afraid. When I worked as a volunteer there, they frequently got ID...
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  17. HarryS

    Cartmel Plants ID

    @shiney , great display - I'll have some next year !
    @shiney , great display - I'll have some next year !
    @shiney , great display - I'll have some next year !
    @shiney , great display - I'll have some next year !
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  18. Scrungee
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    Fungi on a tree stump? - Identified as Silky Rosegill

    Sulphur Surprise – Chicken of the Woods
    Sulphur Surprise – Chicken of the Woods
    Sulphur Surprise – Chicken of the Woods
    Sulphur Surprise – Chicken of the Woods
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  19. Sonya

    ID NEEDED PLEASE

    Thanks peeps, been looking on t'internet for ages but couldn't find anything. Just looked at RHS site and they reckon it's best in loam or sand so I'm surprised it's growing in the garden it...
    Thanks peeps, been looking on t'internet for ages but couldn't find anything. Just looked at RHS site and they reckon it's best in loam or sand so I'm surprised it's growing in the garden it being clay :scratch: :hapflowers2::thanks:
    Thanks peeps, been looking on t'internet for ages but couldn't find anything. Just looked at RHS site and they reckon it's best in loam or sand so I'm surprised it's growing in the garden it being clay :scratch: :hapflowers2::thanks:
    Thanks peeps, been looking on t'internet for ages but couldn't find anything. Just looked at RHS site and they reckon it's best in loam or sand so I'm surprised it's growing in the garden it...
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  20. Zander

    Inherited plant

    No thanks to all for the replies as this is all new to me first year of this gardening very steep learning curve and expensive too, just doing lots of reading and trying to figure what goes with...
    No thanks to all for the replies as this is all new to me first year of this gardening very steep learning curve and expensive too, just doing lots of reading and trying to figure what goes with each other etc thanks all above
    No thanks to all for the replies as this is all new to me first year of this gardening very steep learning curve and expensive too, just doing lots of reading and trying to figure what goes with each other etc thanks all above
    No thanks to all for the replies as this is all new to me first year of this gardening very steep learning curve and expensive too, just doing lots of reading and trying to figure what goes with...
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  21. martin-f

    ID Please

    Its ideal for what I want Palustris, it can spread were it wants on the gravel area it will make nice ground cover :).
    Its ideal for what I want Palustris, it can spread were it wants on the gravel area it will make nice ground cover :).
    Its ideal for what I want Palustris, it can spread were it wants on the gravel area it will make nice ground cover :).
    Its ideal for what I want Palustris, it can spread were it wants on the gravel area it will make nice ground cover :).
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  22. Victoria Plum

    Would love some help identifying these beautiful flowers

    Couple of persicarias here with agastaches,,heleniums, anemones
    Couple of persicarias here with agastaches,,heleniums, anemones
    Couple of persicarias here with agastaches,,heleniums, anemones
    Couple of persicarias here with agastaches,,heleniums, anemones
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  23. 2nd_bassoon

    Mystery plant

    Hi 2nd-bassoon ,It's a Plumbago ( common name Leadwort ) . Probably P. Auriculata .
    Hi 2nd-bassoon ,It's a Plumbago ( common name Leadwort ) . Probably P. Auriculata .
    Hi 2nd-bassoon ,It's a Plumbago ( common name Leadwort ) . Probably P. Auriculata .
    Hi 2nd-bassoon ,It's a Plumbago ( common name Leadwort ) . Probably P. Auriculata .
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  24. martin-f

    ID Please

    Wow! I echo M's words wholeheartedly. Lovely job!
    Wow! I echo M's words wholeheartedly. Lovely job!
    Wow! I echo M's words wholeheartedly. Lovely job!
    Wow! I echo M's words wholeheartedly. Lovely job!
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  25. HarryS

    Fatsia Type ID ?

    Hi @HarryS - sorry, by 'seen it done' I mean on Youtube :snorky:. Many years ago, when I used to watch 'Groundforce', Charlie Dimmock always used fibreglass fatsia leaf fountains. They don't seem to make...
    Hi @HarryS - sorry, by 'seen it done' I mean on Youtube :snorky:. Many years ago, when I used to watch 'Groundforce', Charlie Dimmock always used fibreglass fatsia leaf fountains. They don't seem to make those now (shame) but there are plenty of people doing it with cement. And T Rex leaves are...
    Hi @HarryS - sorry, by 'seen it done' I mean on Youtube :snorky:. Many years ago, when I used to watch 'Groundforce', Charlie Dimmock always used fibreglass fatsia leaf fountains. They don't seem to make those now (shame) but there are plenty of people...
    Hi @HarryS - sorry, by 'seen it done' I mean on Youtube :snorky:. Many years ago, when I used to watch 'Groundforce', Charlie Dimmock always used fibreglass fatsia leaf fountains. They don't seem to make...
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  26. Mowerman

    ID Much Appreciated

    You probably aren't eating enough of it.:biggrin:
    You probably aren't eating enough of it.:biggrin:
    You probably aren't eating enough of it.:biggrin:
    You probably aren't eating enough of it.:biggrin:
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