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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. MtAlbert6

    Please Help me identify this bush

    If they didn't bloom last year there would have been no pods. The pods would have been gone by now anyway.Just wondered if the plants were pruned late, the summer before, as that would remove...
    If they didn't bloom last year there would have been no pods. The pods would have been gone by now anyway.Just wondered if the plants were pruned late, the summer before, as that would remove the flowering wood for the next spring.A light trim immediately after flowering keeps them tidy and...
    If they didn't bloom last year there would have been no pods. The pods would have been gone by now anyway.Just wondered if the plants were pruned late, the summer before, as that would remove the flowering wood for the next spring.A light...
    If they didn't bloom last year there would have been no pods. The pods would have been gone by now anyway.Just wondered if the plants were pruned late, the summer before, as that would remove...
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  8. Timpwbaker

    Solved Is this plant friendly?

    Thanks for the info @NigelJ :blue thumb:
    Thanks for the info @NigelJ :blue thumb:
    Thanks for the info @NigelJ :blue thumb:
    Thanks for the info @NigelJ :blue thumb:
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  9. Upsydaisy

    Solved Anyone put a name to this please.

    Yes when I mentioned it to hubs he said the same thing @shiney, our other ones are quite large and he trims them annually too. This is a smaller one and that's why I noticed the seed...
    Yes when I mentioned it to hubs he said the same thing @shiney, our other ones are quite large and he trims them annually too. This is a smaller one and that's why I noticed the seed pods.Thankfully we've never had scale, some of ours are quite old ....so keeping :fingers crossed:. Thanks:)
    Yes when I mentioned it to hubs he said the same thing @shiney, our other ones are quite large and he trims them annually too. This is a smaller one and that's why I noticed the seed pods.Thankfully we've never had scale, some of ours are...
    Yes when I mentioned it to hubs he said the same thing @shiney, our other ones are quite large and he trims them annually too. This is a smaller one and that's why I noticed the seed...
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  10. N.N

    Solved Is this a type of mushroom?

    As Pete says. It's just a fungus.
    As Pete says. It's just a fungus.
    As Pete says. It's just a fungus.
    As Pete says. It's just a fungus.
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  11. Pushkin

    Salvia ID

    Royal Bumble was my first choice.
    Royal Bumble was my first choice.
    Royal Bumble was my first choice.
    Royal Bumble was my first choice.
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  12. CanadianLori

    Yellow "Daisylike" Flower from store-bought bouquet

    It's okay It's a good thing I like playing in the dirt.. sometimes I finish with the same as I started :doh:but lots of times I get pleasant surprises :thud:. I'll never forget thinking I had grown...
    It's okay It's a good thing I like playing in the dirt.. sometimes I finish with the same as I started :doh:but lots of times I get pleasant surprises :thud:. I'll never forget thinking I had grown something from seed only to find out after it had gotten fairly large, that is was a broadleaf plantain! :loll:...
    It's okay It's a good thing I like playing in the dirt.. sometimes I finish with the same as I started :doh:but lots of times I get pleasant surprises :thud:. I'll never forget thinking I had grown something from seed only to find out after it had gotten...
    It's okay It's a good thing I like playing in the dirt.. sometimes I finish with the same as I started :doh:but lots of times I get pleasant surprises :thud:. I'll never forget thinking I had grown...
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  13. Howard Stone

    Is this a sedum, a euphorbia or what?

    Love me. Love my garden. SS!
    Love me. Love my garden. SS!
    Love me. Love my garden. SS!
    Love me. Love my garden. SS!
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  14. martyn bromley

    Can anyone identify the variety of rhododendron? - I think it has yellow flowers

    If it was only as easy as that. Apologies my knowledge is very low on the subject. All Azaleas are Rhododendrons. But not all Rhododendrons are Azaleas.I know Azaleas with evergreen leaves that...
    If it was only as easy as that. Apologies my knowledge is very low on the subject. All Azaleas are Rhododendrons. But not all Rhododendrons are Azaleas.I know Azaleas with evergreen leaves that look exactly like a Rhodo. Flowers that look like Rhodo but are Azalea. It is all to do with the...
    If it was only as easy as that. Apologies my knowledge is very low on the subject. All Azaleas are Rhododendrons. But not all Rhododendrons are Azaleas.I know Azaleas with evergreen leaves that look exactly like a Rhodo. Flowers that look like...
    If it was only as easy as that. Apologies my knowledge is very low on the subject. All Azaleas are Rhododendrons. But not all Rhododendrons are Azaleas.I know Azaleas with evergreen leaves that...
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  15. CanadianLori

    Please help I.D. -Mum type flower?

    Yes, @Mike Allen I did follow the link but it failed to tell me where to find product to grow my own. It is a good site which I also shared the link with my son. Probably pie in the sky for me....
    Yes, @Mike Allen I did follow the link but it failed to tell me where to find product to grow my own. It is a good site which I also shared the link with my son. Probably pie in the sky for me. But it's going to be a long winter...
    Yes, @Mike Allen I did follow the link but it failed to tell me where to find product to grow my own. It is a good site which I also shared the link with my son. Probably pie in the sky for me. But it's going to be a long winter...
    Yes, @Mike Allen I did follow the link but it failed to tell me where to find product to grow my own. It is a good site which I also shared the link with my son. Probably pie in the sky for me....
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  16. Engelbert

    Plant identification... Plum, Damson, or something completely different?

    Hi they look like they all need some TLC lol well cutting back as regards the leaves they look similar to plum /plum family but not sure sorry
    Hi they look like they all need some TLC lol well cutting back as regards the leaves they look similar to plum /plum family but not sure sorry
    Hi they look like they all need some TLC lol well cutting back as regards the leaves they look similar to plum /plum family but not sure sorry
    Hi they look like they all need some TLC lol well cutting back as regards the leaves they look similar to plum /plum family but not sure sorry
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  17. Reddwarf4ever

    Plant originally from the beach at St Osyths Essex

    It could well be Pete, but whatever the identity it's pretty. :)
    It could well be Pete, but whatever the identity it's pretty. :)
    It could well be Pete, but whatever the identity it's pretty. :)
    It could well be Pete, but whatever the identity it's pretty. :)
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  18. Snorky85

    Solved ID for deciduous shrub?

    Ah brilliant, thank you very much @Silver surfer I might go back and buy one as I bet when all the leaves are pink it will look fab. And the seed pods are beautiful arent they!
    Ah brilliant, thank you very much @Silver surfer I might go back and buy one as I bet when all the leaves are pink it will look fab. And the seed pods are beautiful arent they!
    Ah brilliant, thank you very much @Silver surfer I might go back and buy one as I bet when all the leaves are pink it will look fab. And the seed pods are beautiful arent they!
    Ah brilliant, thank you very much @Silver surfer I might go back and buy one as I bet when all the leaves are pink it will look fab. And the seed pods are beautiful arent they!
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  19. SimonZ

    Dwarf gorse?

    Hmm! Interesting. Been reading up. Sorry not seen either of ones below. Where in UK are you?Ulex minor....Dwarf Gorse.map shows it mostly in S.E UK. Locally abundant. Acid heath land...which...
    Hmm! Interesting. Been reading up. Sorry not seen either of ones below. Where in UK are you?Ulex minor....Dwarf Gorse.map shows it mostly in S.E UK. Locally abundant. Acid heath land...which shows in your last pic with the heather. Flowers mid July to Oct. Weaker more sprawling stems. Spines...
    Hmm! Interesting. Been reading up. Sorry not seen either of ones below. Where in UK are you?Ulex minor....Dwarf Gorse.map shows it mostly in S.E UK. Locally abundant. Acid heath land...which shows in your last pic with the heather. Flowers mid...
    Hmm! Interesting. Been reading up. Sorry not seen either of ones below. Where in UK are you?Ulex minor....Dwarf Gorse.map shows it mostly in S.E UK. Locally abundant. Acid heath land...which...
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  20. intel

    Plant ID Please

    1. Persicaria ..maybe Persicaria amplexicaulis. Could get to form a huge patch if happy.Persicaria amplexicaulis - Google Search2. Sorry but new extra pics do not help...cannot see any...
    1. Persicaria ..maybe Persicaria amplexicaulis. Could get to form a huge patch if happy.Persicaria amplexicaulis - Google Search2. Sorry but new extra pics do not help...cannot see any detail. This is your image trimmed .Hopefully you can see my problem. General pics are really hard to id...
    1. Persicaria ..maybe Persicaria amplexicaulis. Could get to form a huge patch if happy.Persicaria amplexicaulis - Google Search2. Sorry but new extra pics do not help...cannot see any detail. This is your image trimmed .Hopefully you can...
    1. Persicaria ..maybe Persicaria amplexicaulis. Could get to form a huge patch if happy.Persicaria amplexicaulis - Google Search2. Sorry but new extra pics do not help...cannot see any...
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  21. caskin

    Solved UNKNOWN small shrub very orchid looking?Advice required?

    Excellent idea to re organise your garden. Pots are a lot of work. Help is always expensive and jobbing gardeners can do more harm than good.No reason now you have a nice new shiny triple heart...
    Excellent idea to re organise your garden. Pots are a lot of work. Help is always expensive and jobbing gardeners can do more harm than good.No reason now you have a nice new shiny triple heart pacemaker, that you cannot go on working in your garden and getting pleasure from it for many more...
    Excellent idea to re organise your garden. Pots are a lot of work. Help is always expensive and jobbing gardeners can do more harm than good.No reason now you have a nice new shiny triple heart pacemaker, that you cannot go on working in your...
    Excellent idea to re organise your garden. Pots are a lot of work. Help is always expensive and jobbing gardeners can do more harm than good.No reason now you have a nice new shiny triple heart...
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  22. Ockbrook_85

    Solved Plant ID

    Hi Silver surfer!Thank you for the links - they're really helpful :-) I had another look at the Lonicera pileata this evening and it does have a few very vibrant purple berries - I'll tidy it up...
    Hi Silver surfer!Thank you for the links - they're really helpful :-) I had another look at the Lonicera pileata this evening and it does have a few very vibrant purple berries - I'll tidy it up and see how it goes next year.Thanks to everyone for their help :-)
    Hi Silver surfer!Thank you for the links - they're really helpful :-) I had another look at the Lonicera pileata this evening and it does have a few very vibrant purple berries - I'll tidy it up and see how it goes next year.Thanks to...
    Hi Silver surfer!Thank you for the links - they're really helpful :-) I had another look at the Lonicera pileata this evening and it does have a few very vibrant purple berries - I'll tidy it up...
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  23. Palustris

    Dark brown fungi

    The only Mycena which it resembles is M. leucogala. Will have another look when it is lighter.
    The only Mycena which it resembles is M. leucogala. Will have another look when it is lighter.
    The only Mycena which it resembles is M. leucogala. Will have another look when it is lighter.
    The only Mycena which it resembles is M. leucogala. Will have another look when it is lighter.
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  24. MAJ

    Solved Id this shrub from July time please?

    No worries, I'm grateful for the response. Cheers
    No worries, I'm grateful for the response. Cheers
    No worries, I'm grateful for the response. Cheers
    No worries, I'm grateful for the response. Cheers
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  25. Retro51

    Solved New on forum, new to gardening!

    Thank you, I know you are a great bunch of people.
    Thank you, I know you are a great bunch of people.
    Thank you, I know you are a great bunch of people.
    Thank you, I know you are a great bunch of people.
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  26. Tree

    Solved Can anyone please tell what tree is that?

    Oops sorry. Didn't spot the date.
    Oops sorry. Didn't spot the date.
    Oops sorry. Didn't spot the date.
    Oops sorry. Didn't spot the date.
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