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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  7. tataya

    £1 land roses

    Many thanks for all your replies. Yes, it is a healthy plant. The leaves grow very close together and it doesn't look like any other rose plant I have seen. There are no buds or flowers yet. Thank...
    Many thanks for all your replies. Yes, it is a healthy plant. The leaves grow very close together and it doesn't look like any other rose plant I have seen. There are no buds or flowers yet. Thank you for all your advice. l'll wait and see... The rose plant next to it has produced plenty of...
    Many thanks for all your replies. Yes, it is a healthy plant. The leaves grow very close together and it doesn't look like any other rose plant I have seen. There are no buds or flowers yet. Thank you for all your advice. l'll wait and see... The...
    Many thanks for all your replies. Yes, it is a healthy plant. The leaves grow very close together and it doesn't look like any other rose plant I have seen. There are no buds or flowers yet. Thank...
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  8. loveweeds

    Solved [Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria).} suspect wanted

    Loveweeds - yes I don't cut down anything in the autumn. This had been debated before, and the opinion seems to be that in the north you don't cut back in autumn as the foliage adds a bit of extra...
    Loveweeds - yes I don't cut down anything in the autumn. This had been debated before, and the opinion seems to be that in the north you don't cut back in autumn as the foliage adds a bit of extra protection against the cold. But in the south its warmer and there is no need to leave the foliage...
    Loveweeds - yes I don't cut down anything in the autumn. This had been debated before, and the opinion seems to be that in the north you don't cut back in autumn as the foliage adds a bit of extra protection against the cold. But in the south its...
    Loveweeds - yes I don't cut down anything in the autumn. This had been debated before, and the opinion seems to be that in the north you don't cut back in autumn as the foliage adds a bit of extra...
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  9. al n

    Yukka I'd?

    Thanks Pete, cover with fleece in te winter for protection? It's going to be in a planter, betwixed house and fence. Garden is coastal, around 300 metres from the sea. Can be quite windy too!!
    Thanks Pete, cover with fleece in te winter for protection? It's going to be in a planter, betwixed house and fence. Garden is coastal, around 300 metres from the sea. Can be quite windy too!!
    Thanks Pete, cover with fleece in te winter for protection? It's going to be in a planter, betwixed house and fence. Garden is coastal, around 300 metres from the sea. Can be quite windy too!!
    Thanks Pete, cover with fleece in te winter for protection? It's going to be in a planter, betwixed house and fence. Garden is coastal, around 300 metres from the sea. Can be quite windy too!!
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  10. HYDROGEN86

    your thoughts please?

    I have never seen one with leaves curled so far round they look like tunnels or spirals? The one in the pic in the link looks like mine nice and healthy.
    I have never seen one with leaves curled so far round they look like tunnels or spirals? The one in the pic in the link looks like mine nice and healthy.
    I have never seen one with leaves curled so far round they look like tunnels or spirals? The one in the pic in the link looks like mine nice and healthy.
    I have never seen one with leaves curled so far round they look like tunnels or spirals? The one in the pic in the link looks like mine nice and healthy.
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  11. Liz

    Yet another plant ID

    Very good liz, can't go wrong at that price
    Very good liz, can't go wrong at that price
    Very good liz, can't go wrong at that price
    Very good liz, can't go wrong at that price
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  12. eddybaby

    Solved Yet another little gem

    That looks like an elder seedling to me. If it has a green stem with nobbles on it then it is.
    That looks like an elder seedling to me. If it has a green stem with nobbles on it then it is.
    That looks like an elder seedling to me. If it has a green stem with nobbles on it then it is.
    That looks like an elder seedling to me. If it has a green stem with nobbles on it then it is.
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  13. dodgie

    Yet another flower.... help?!?!?

    Yes Pete - the limiting factor for many of us is frost free/heated space for the winter. I could grow lots of things if it was summer all year round here - but it ain't.I was reading about a...
    Yes Pete - the limiting factor for many of us is frost free/heated space for the winter. I could grow lots of things if it was summer all year round here - but it ain't.I was reading about a chap who specialises in Salvias - 100 or more different species in his front garden. He made no...
    Yes Pete - the limiting factor for many of us is frost free/heated space for the winter. I could grow lots of things if it was summer all year round here - but it ain't.I was reading about a chap who specialises in Salvias - 100 or more...
    Yes Pete - the limiting factor for many of us is frost free/heated space for the winter. I could grow lots of things if it was summer all year round here - but it ain't.I was reading about a...
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  14. frogesque

    Yes I know ...

    lovely with scottish cheddar frogesque. :D not that there`s ever many to go round as ive eaten most of GD before i leave the gh.i have given a few MM away though,it makes me feel less guilty.
    lovely with scottish cheddar frogesque. :D not that there`s ever many to go round as ive eaten most of GD before i leave the gh.i have given a few MM away though,it makes me feel less guilty.
    lovely with scottish cheddar frogesque. :D not that there`s ever many to go round as ive eaten most of GD before i leave the gh.i have given a few MM away though,it makes me feel less guilty.
    lovely with scottish cheddar frogesque. :D not that there`s ever many to go round as ive eaten most of GD before i leave the gh.i have given a few MM away though,it makes me feel less guilty.
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  15. Nigel62

    Yellow weed in lawn

    Thank you both for your advice..the whole lawn is affected,so it looks as if I want a reasonable lawn I am going to have to use the remedy..and then overseed..Cheers
    Thank you both for your advice..the whole lawn is affected,so it looks as if I want a reasonable lawn I am going to have to use the remedy..and then overseed..Cheers
    Thank you both for your advice..the whole lawn is affected,so it looks as if I want a reasonable lawn I am going to have to use the remedy..and then overseed..Cheers
    Thank you both for your advice..the whole lawn is affected,so it looks as if I want a reasonable lawn I am going to have to use the remedy..and then overseed..Cheers
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  16. supersprout

    Yellow tomato ID please?

    Thank you - it's difficult to be certain isn't it? The concensus seems to be either cream sausage, cream banana (are they the same thing?) or golden banana! I think I'll have to restrain myself...
    Thank you - it's difficult to be certain isn't it? The concensus seems to be either cream sausage, cream banana (are they the same thing?) or golden banana! I think I'll have to restrain myself and save seed ;)
    Thank you - it's difficult to be certain isn't it? The concensus seems to be either cream sausage, cream banana (are they the same thing?) or golden banana! I think I'll have to restrain myself and save seed ;)
    Thank you - it's difficult to be certain isn't it? The concensus seems to be either cream sausage, cream banana (are they the same thing?) or golden banana! I think I'll have to restrain myself...
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  17. SimonZ

    Yellow thistles, or maybe a knapweed?

    Hi, I think it could be Centaurea macrocephala.Blackstart
    Hi, I think it could be Centaurea macrocephala.Blackstart
    Hi, I think it could be Centaurea macrocephala.Blackstart
    Hi, I think it could be Centaurea macrocephala.Blackstart
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  18. shiney

    Yellow Salsify?

    :thumb: Yes I was quite surprised to find it all out too shiney, but yes I think I would move it though.. :D
    :thumb: Yes I was quite surprised to find it all out too shiney, but yes I think I would move it though.. :D
    :thumb: Yes I was quite surprised to find it all out too shiney, but yes I think I would move it though.. :D
    :thumb: Yes I was quite surprised to find it all out too shiney, but yes I think I would move it though.. :D
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  19. stanski

    Yellow Rose ID

    Thanks for the replies I appreciate your effort! I realized shortly after looking up rose varieties I was dealing with a needle in a haystack situation upon seeing the tens of thousands of rose...
    Thanks for the replies I appreciate your effort! I realized shortly after looking up rose varieties I was dealing with a needle in a haystack situation upon seeing the tens of thousands of rose varieties. I can't give a petal count or age because it is a rose on a house that i don't know the...
    Thanks for the replies I appreciate your effort! I realized shortly after looking up rose varieties I was dealing with a needle in a haystack situation upon seeing the tens of thousands of rose varieties. I can't give a petal count or age because...
    Thanks for the replies I appreciate your effort! I realized shortly after looking up rose varieties I was dealing with a needle in a haystack situation upon seeing the tens of thousands of rose...
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  20. 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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  21. pewe

    Yellow Poppy like - What are they?

    Yes - it is. Would be nice to have one that size - apparently they change colour during the seasons adding something new as the year progresses. We'll now try to find one at a reasonable price.
    Yes - it is. Would be nice to have one that size - apparently they change colour during the seasons adding something new as the year progresses. We'll now try to find one at a reasonable price.
    Yes - it is. Would be nice to have one that size - apparently they change colour during the seasons adding something new as the year progresses. We'll now try to find one at a reasonable price.
    Yes - it is. Would be nice to have one that size - apparently they change colour during the seasons adding something new as the year progresses. We'll now try to find one at a reasonable price.
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  22. Laurie

    Yellow plant

    Sorry, this was posted by accident. I've been trying for three days to post a pic from Phtobucket into GC without succes, and have now given up. Laurie.
    Sorry, this was posted by accident. I've been trying for three days to post a pic from Phtobucket into GC without succes, and have now given up. Laurie.
    Sorry, this was posted by accident. I've been trying for three days to post a pic from Phtobucket into GC without succes, and have now given up. Laurie.
    Sorry, this was posted by accident. I've been trying for three days to post a pic from Phtobucket into GC without succes, and have now given up. Laurie.
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  23. SooBee

    Yellow Perennial but what is it!

    Thank you, that certainly looks like it!
    Thank you, that certainly looks like it!
    Thank you, that certainly looks like it!
    Thank you, that certainly looks like it!
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  24. SimonZ

    Yellow flowers,north of England

    Mahonia japonica? Although a bit blurred, the leaves in the background look right for Mahonia.
    Mahonia japonica? Although a bit blurred, the leaves in the background look right for Mahonia.
    Mahonia japonica? Although a bit blurred, the leaves in the background look right for Mahonia.
    Mahonia japonica? Although a bit blurred, the leaves in the background look right for Mahonia.
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  25. thriftybri

    yellow flowers on drystone wall

    :snorky:@thriftybri
    :snorky:@thriftybri
    :snorky:@thriftybri
    :snorky:@thriftybri
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  26. Heather knight

    Yellow flowering weed?

    Be cairfull with a solicitor, a neighbour here cost me £750 to make her see white was white, she finally saw it and sold up and left, still cost me and basically for one letter
    Be cairfull with a solicitor, a neighbour here cost me £750 to make her see white was white, she finally saw it and sold up and left, still cost me and basically for one letter
    Be cairfull with a solicitor, a neighbour here cost me £750 to make her see white was white, she finally saw it and sold up and left, still cost me and basically for one letter
    Be cairfull with a solicitor, a neighbour here cost me £750 to make her see white was white, she finally saw it and sold up and left, still cost me and basically for one letter
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