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  1. Musician

    Solved Can someone help ID this weed please

    Do you have a dog? Our Spaniel brings burrs, goosegrass seeds, etc. back home in his fur and will get some out by himself.What Is Burdock Root?.
    Do you have a dog? Our Spaniel brings burrs, goosegrass seeds, etc. back home in his fur and will get some out by himself.What Is Burdock Root?.
    Do you have a dog? Our Spaniel brings burrs, goosegrass seeds, etc. back home in his fur and will get some out by himself.What Is Burdock Root?.
    Do you have a dog? Our Spaniel brings burrs, goosegrass seeds, etc. back home in his fur and will get some out by himself.What Is Burdock Root?.
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  2. karaman

    Solved What is this tree please and would it live in south of the uk?

    thank you silver surfer and pete -- sorted, i am in the south, the tongue-twister thing is gorgeous and pictures show it is year-round interest plus bees like it -- will try to locate one to...
    thank you silver surfer and pete -- sorted, i am in the south, the tongue-twister thing is gorgeous and pictures show it is year-round interest plus bees like it -- will try to locate one to plant thanks again, karaman
    thank you silver surfer and pete -- sorted, i am in the south, the tongue-twister thing is gorgeous and pictures show it is year-round interest plus bees like it -- will try to locate one to plant thanks again, karaman
    thank you silver surfer and pete -- sorted, i am in the south, the tongue-twister thing is gorgeous and pictures show it is year-round interest plus bees like it -- will try to locate one to...
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  3. Streetparade2000

    Solved Can someone help me identify these two weeds?

    :heehee::heehee::heehee: Thanks for pointing this out @Victoria , I should be more observant :loll:
    :heehee::heehee::heehee: Thanks for pointing this out @Victoria , I should be more observant :loll:
    :heehee::heehee::heehee: Thanks for pointing this out @Victoria , I should be more observant :loll:
    :heehee::heehee::heehee: Thanks for pointing this out @Victoria , I should be more observant :loll:
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  4. emilyjane1994

    Solved Ivy Identification

    Welcome to the forum EmilyYour plant is Senecio macroglossus, Natal ivy, which is a houseplant in the uk.
    Welcome to the forum EmilyYour plant is Senecio macroglossus, Natal ivy, which is a houseplant in the uk.
    Welcome to the forum EmilyYour plant is Senecio macroglossus, Natal ivy, which is a houseplant in the uk.
    Welcome to the forum EmilyYour plant is Senecio macroglossus, Natal ivy, which is a houseplant in the uk.
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  5. Clare G

    Solved What is this chance arrival please?

    Obviously Celosia plumosa var. Astilbii. :whistle:
    Obviously Celosia plumosa var. Astilbii. :whistle:
    Obviously Celosia plumosa var. Astilbii. :whistle:
    Obviously Celosia plumosa var. Astilbii. :whistle:
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  6. keentolearn

    Solved Further help please

    Thanks very much silver surfer and selleri. Actually, I was probably mistaken in saying that 2 flowers later in the summer - I should have said it does flower at some point. The leaves do look...
    Thanks very much silver surfer and selleri. Actually, I was probably mistaken in saying that 2 flowers later in the summer - I should have said it does flower at some point. The leaves do look just like lotv so I'm sure silver surfer is correct. Thanks again for that. Thanks too for the tip...
    Thanks very much silver surfer and selleri. Actually, I was probably mistaken in saying that 2 flowers later in the summer - I should have said it does flower at some point. The leaves do look just like lotv so I'm sure silver surfer is correct....
    Thanks very much silver surfer and selleri. Actually, I was probably mistaken in saying that 2 flowers later in the summer - I should have said it does flower at some point. The leaves do look...
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  7. Harri

    Solved A plant/flower id please.

    Spot on Pete. Just checked Godetia images on internet and found an exact match.
    Spot on Pete. Just checked Godetia images on internet and found an exact match.
    Spot on Pete. Just checked Godetia images on internet and found an exact match.
    Spot on Pete. Just checked Godetia images on internet and found an exact match.
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  8. Max6389

    Solved Plant ID please

    They're astilbes Max, the one in your photo could be 'Rheinland' but I'm not certain. :)Nick
    They're astilbes Max, the one in your photo could be 'Rheinland' but I'm not certain. :)Nick
    They're astilbes Max, the one in your photo could be 'Rheinland' but I'm not certain. :)Nick
    They're astilbes Max, the one in your photo could be 'Rheinland' but I'm not certain. :)Nick
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  9. Mc79

    Solved Help identifying this please

    No expert, but they look identical to the cherry saplings I have popping up around my garden, sometimes 20m or more from the nearest cherry tree. I'm not sure if they are suckers from roots or if...
    No expert, but they look identical to the cherry saplings I have popping up around my garden, sometimes 20m or more from the nearest cherry tree. I'm not sure if they are suckers from roots or if they've grown from germinated cherry stones - since I've seen squirrels, magpies and pigeons...
    No expert, but they look identical to the cherry saplings I have popping up around my garden, sometimes 20m or more from the nearest cherry tree. I'm not sure if they are suckers from roots or if they've grown from germinated cherry stones -...
    No expert, but they look identical to the cherry saplings I have popping up around my garden, sometimes 20m or more from the nearest cherry tree. I'm not sure if they are suckers from roots or if...
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  10. Victoria

    Solved Clerodendrun ugandense problems

    Definitely scale insect.Fluted Scalespain fluted scale insects - Recherche Google
    Definitely scale insect.Fluted Scalespain fluted scale insects - Recherche Google
    Definitely scale insect.Fluted Scalespain fluted scale insects - Recherche Google
    Definitely scale insect.Fluted Scalespain fluted scale insects - Recherche Google
    Ugandense disease.jpg Ugandense disease.jpg
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  11. Victoria

    Solved Brugmansia

    Just to say after losing all leaves to the whatever ailment three weeks ago, it has come back quite nicely ...
    Just to say after losing all leaves to the whatever ailment three weeks ago, it has come back quite nicely ...
    Just to say after losing all leaves to the whatever ailment three weeks ago, it has come back quite nicely ...
    Just to say after losing all leaves to the whatever ailment three weeks ago, it has come back quite nicely ...
    Leaf1 Brug.jpg Leaf 2 Brug.jpg Leaf 3 Brug.jpg Brug Pink 1 14 Jul.jpg
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  12. keentolearn

    Solved Help please

    Snap! Aw, lost again
    Snap! Aw, lost again
    Snap! Aw, lost again
    Snap! Aw, lost again
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  13. mazambo

    Solved Himalayan honeysuckle?

    I prune mine down every spring to about 3 ft off the ground. It responds well. I have never taken a cutting but it self seeds freely and being fast growing you get a fairly decent sized plant in a...
    I prune mine down every spring to about 3 ft off the ground. It responds well. I have never taken a cutting but it self seeds freely and being fast growing you get a fairly decent sized plant in a couple of years.
    I prune mine down every spring to about 3 ft off the ground. It responds well. I have never taken a cutting but it self seeds freely and being fast growing you get a fairly decent sized plant in a couple of years.
    I prune mine down every spring to about 3 ft off the ground. It responds well. I have never taken a cutting but it self seeds freely and being fast growing you get a fairly decent sized plant in a...
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  14. Giri

    Solved Mystery Bush.

    I believe mine was the C macrocarpa as are the seeds I planted a few days ago. You can make jam with the fruits.
    I believe mine was the C macrocarpa as are the seeds I planted a few days ago. You can make jam with the fruits.
    I believe mine was the C macrocarpa as are the seeds I planted a few days ago. You can make jam with the fruits.
    I believe mine was the C macrocarpa as are the seeds I planted a few days ago. You can make jam with the fruits.
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  15. Harri

    Solved Plant i.d. please.

    Propagation from seed is the way to go.....if you want them or not!
    Propagation from seed is the way to go.....if you want them or not!
    Propagation from seed is the way to go.....if you want them or not!
    Propagation from seed is the way to go.....if you want them or not!
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  16. mazambo

    Solved Is this euphorbia?

    As with all Spurges this little one produces a milky sap when you break the stem and can irrate the skin, best to wear gloves.
    As with all Spurges this little one produces a milky sap when you break the stem and can irrate the skin, best to wear gloves.
    As with all Spurges this little one produces a milky sap when you break the stem and can irrate the skin, best to wear gloves.
    As with all Spurges this little one produces a milky sap when you break the stem and can irrate the skin, best to wear gloves.
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  17. shiney

    Solved I.D. This Rose For A Friend Please

    Many thanks to both of you :)
    Many thanks to both of you :)
    Many thanks to both of you :)
    Many thanks to both of you :)
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  18. Loofah

    Solved A hydrangea tree?

    Thanks all :)
    Thanks all :)
    Thanks all :)
    Thanks all :)
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  19. JWK

    Solved ID please

    Thanks for all your help @Nikolaos @pete @shiney and @Silver surfer
    Thanks for all your help @Nikolaos @pete @shiney and @Silver surfer
    Thanks for all your help @Nikolaos @pete @shiney and @Silver surfer
    Thanks for all your help @Nikolaos @pete @shiney and @Silver surfer
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  20. CarolineL

    Solved Unknown hardy exotic tree

    Never let that put you off. :biggrin:
    Never let that put you off. :biggrin:
    Never let that put you off. :biggrin:
    Never let that put you off. :biggrin:
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