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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. martyn bromley

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

    There are 1000's of species of Rhododendrons and many many man made cultivars and hybrids. Even with flowers it might be impossible to provide an accurate id. Even experts in Rhodos struggle to...
    There are 1000's of species of Rhododendrons and many many man made cultivars and hybrids. Even with flowers it might be impossible to provide an accurate id. Even experts in Rhodos struggle to id plants with the plant in front of them. Time of flowering, hairs or lack of hairs, size and shape...
    There are 1000's of species of Rhododendrons and many many man made cultivars and hybrids. Even with flowers it might be impossible to provide an accurate id. Even experts in Rhodos struggle to id plants with the plant in front of them. Time of...
    There are 1000's of species of Rhododendrons and many many man made cultivars and hybrids. Even with flowers it might be impossible to provide an accurate id. Even experts in Rhodos struggle to...
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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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  16. 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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  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. Christina Atola

    Solved Can anyone help me ID this tree, please?

    I do hope that our comments have helped Christina and her mum.Getting perhaps a bit sentimental, but I have always considered trees to be the Monarch of the plant kingdom. Why so? Because at...
    I do hope that our comments have helped Christina and her mum.Getting perhaps a bit sentimental, but I have always considered trees to be the Monarch of the plant kingdom. Why so? Because at whatever stage of their life, and in whatever season they are observed. Each one offers so, so much...
    I do hope that our comments have helped Christina and her mum.Getting perhaps a bit sentimental, but I have always considered trees to be the Monarch of the plant kingdom. Why so? Because at whatever stage of their life, and in whatever...
    I do hope that our comments have helped Christina and her mum.Getting perhaps a bit sentimental, but I have always considered trees to be the Monarch of the plant kingdom. Why so? Because at...
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  21. shiney

    Solved Tree I.D. please?

    Certainly do :), the photos I posted above came from one of his favourite haunts - Hatfield Forest (NT). It's only a ten minute drive from us and a lovely walking area.
    Certainly do :), the photos I posted above came from one of his favourite haunts - Hatfield Forest (NT). It's only a ten minute drive from us and a lovely walking area.
    Certainly do :), the photos I posted above came from one of his favourite haunts - Hatfield Forest (NT). It's only a ten minute drive from us and a lovely walking area.
    Certainly do :), the photos I posted above came from one of his favourite haunts - Hatfield Forest (NT). It's only a ten minute drive from us and a lovely walking area.
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  22. shiney

    Solved Another Fungi I.D. please

    Edible!
    Edible!
    Edible!
    Edible!
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  23. Green Knees

    Solved Brown rot on tomatoes: ID please?

    We'll they were going downhill.I'd grown the plants in the open, but when the temp started to go below 14c in the day, I put them under plastic sheet to keep them warm.They didn't like it......
    We'll they were going downhill.I'd grown the plants in the open, but when the temp started to go below 14c in the day, I put them under plastic sheet to keep them warm.They didn't like it... with the edges and ends of leaves going black and dried out.Just looked blight up and yes, I...
    We'll they were going downhill.I'd grown the plants in the open, but when the temp started to go below 14c in the day, I put them under plastic sheet to keep them warm.They didn't like it... with the edges and ends of leaves going black and...
    We'll they were going downhill.I'd grown the plants in the open, but when the temp started to go below 14c in the day, I put them under plastic sheet to keep them warm.They didn't like it......
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  24. HarryS

    Solved Fungii Visitor ID

    Interesting fungus.So photogenic.
    Interesting fungus.So photogenic.
    Interesting fungus.So photogenic.
    Interesting fungus.So photogenic.
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  25. Sian in Belgium

    Fuschia identification

    When I saw Sian's fuchsia photo,I thought of Riccartonii but the name just wouldn't come to mind. One of those flat brain moments. Perhaps in a sense of speaking. IMO the much beloved fuchsia...
    When I saw Sian's fuchsia photo,I thought of Riccartonii but the name just wouldn't come to mind. One of those flat brain moments. Perhaps in a sense of speaking. IMO the much beloved fuchsia has become victim of it's own success. For the gardener, the fuchsia is generally so easy to grow and...
    When I saw Sian's fuchsia photo,I thought of Riccartonii but the name just wouldn't come to mind. One of those flat brain moments. Perhaps in a sense of speaking. IMO the much beloved fuchsia has become victim of it's own success. For the...
    When I saw Sian's fuchsia photo,I thought of Riccartonii but the name just wouldn't come to mind. One of those flat brain moments. Perhaps in a sense of speaking. IMO the much beloved fuchsia...
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  26. blackstart

    Solved Sussex plant ID

    longk that is interesting to hear. We had a Paulownia...Foxglove tree...fab flowers/loved it.......yes masses of seed. But never found any that had germinated. Maybe soil conditions were not...
    longk that is interesting to hear. We had a Paulownia...Foxglove tree...fab flowers/loved it.......yes masses of seed. But never found any that had germinated. Maybe soil conditions were not right. Read that.....The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs). The plant is...
    longk that is interesting to hear. We had a Paulownia...Foxglove tree...fab flowers/loved it.......yes masses of seed. But never found any that had germinated. Maybe soil conditions were not right. Read that.....The species is hermaphrodite (has...
    longk that is interesting to hear. We had a Paulownia...Foxglove tree...fab flowers/loved it.......yes masses of seed. But never found any that had germinated. Maybe soil conditions were not...
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