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  1. keentolearn

    Solved Help please

    Snap! Aw, lost again
    Snap! Aw, lost again
    Snap! Aw, lost again
    Snap! Aw, lost again
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  2. 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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    101
  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Loofah

    Not a strelitzia

    Yep. Seed looks right too. Gosh that was hard work lol, thanks for the help all :)
    Yep. Seed looks right too. Gosh that was hard work lol, thanks for the help all :)
    Yep. Seed looks right too. Gosh that was hard work lol, thanks for the help all :)
    Yep. Seed looks right too. Gosh that was hard work lol, thanks for the help all :)
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  6. 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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  7. Scrungee

    Flower ID rqd

    Please can you add clear pics to show the flowers. They are rather bleached out and blurred.
    Please can you add clear pics to show the flowers. They are rather bleached out and blurred.
    Please can you add clear pics to show the flowers. They are rather bleached out and blurred.
    Please can you add clear pics to show the flowers. They are rather bleached out and blurred.
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  8. 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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  9. Loofah

    Solved A hydrangea tree?

    Thanks all :)
    Thanks all :)
    Thanks all :)
    Thanks all :)
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  10. 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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  11. Ed Baker

    What's this brassica

    A bigger picture might help :biggrin:.
    A bigger picture might help :biggrin:.
    A bigger picture might help :biggrin:.
    A bigger picture might help :biggrin:.
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  12. 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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  13. Jowo

    Solved Wild flower ID please

    I think you've hit the nail on the head there Mike! Yes very similar. This is quite tall and I see that it can grow up to 12inches so more than likely you've got it right. Thank you
    I think you've hit the nail on the head there Mike! Yes very similar. This is quite tall and I see that it can grow up to 12inches so more than likely you've got it right. Thank you
    I think you've hit the nail on the head there Mike! Yes very similar. This is quite tall and I see that it can grow up to 12inches so more than likely you've got it right. Thank you
    I think you've hit the nail on the head there Mike! Yes very similar. This is quite tall and I see that it can grow up to 12inches so more than likely you've got it right. Thank you
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  14. clum111

    Are These Verbena 'Union Jack Mixed' or 'Quartz''?

    Thanks @Silver surfer for confirming thoughts. I'll get onto T&M soon.
    Thanks @Silver surfer for confirming thoughts. I'll get onto T&M soon.
    Thanks @Silver surfer for confirming thoughts. I'll get onto T&M soon.
    Thanks @Silver surfer for confirming thoughts. I'll get onto T&M soon.
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  15. Batfink

    Can anyone identify this honeysuckle variety please?

    Lonicera japonica Henryi is different from many honeysuckles it is evergreen.
    Lonicera japonica Henryi is different from many honeysuckles it is evergreen.
    Lonicera japonica Henryi is different from many honeysuckles it is evergreen.
    Lonicera japonica Henryi is different from many honeysuckles it is evergreen.
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  16. Gizmo

    Solved plant id

    Wait till the flowers have finished and take the seed pods.
    Wait till the flowers have finished and take the seed pods.
    Wait till the flowers have finished and take the seed pods.
    Wait till the flowers have finished and take the seed pods.
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  17. Kevin Cowans

    Solved Can someone please identify this Spirea?

    I would agree with Silver Surfer ref the identification. I had a group of 5 of them when moving here. Not a favourite ,much preferring Gold Mound so dug them up and gave them away .
    I would agree with Silver Surfer ref the identification. I had a group of 5 of them when moving here. Not a favourite ,much preferring Gold Mound so dug them up and gave them away .
    I would agree with Silver Surfer ref the identification. I had a group of 5 of them when moving here. Not a favourite ,much preferring Gold Mound so dug them up and gave them away .
    I would agree with Silver Surfer ref the identification. I had a group of 5 of them when moving here. Not a favourite ,much preferring Gold Mound so dug them up and gave them away .
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    4
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  18. Michael Hewett

    Shrub identification

    Does anyone know what this shrub is called please ? It is many years old. It grows about 2 - 3 ft tall and has tufts of tiny pink flowers in summer, looses most of its leaves in winter.
    Does anyone know what this shrub is called please ? It is many years old. It grows about 2 - 3 ft tall and has tufts of tiny pink flowers in summer, looses most of its leaves in winter.
    Does anyone know what this shrub is called please ? It is many years old. It grows about 2 - 3 ft tall and has tufts of tiny pink flowers in summer, looses most of its leaves in winter.
    Does anyone know what this shrub is called please ? It is many years old. It grows about 2 - 3 ft tall and has tufts of tiny pink flowers in summer, looses most of its leaves in winter.
    DSCF5058.jpg
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  19. mazambo

    What is this please

    Ragwort?
    Ragwort?
    Ragwort?
    Ragwort?
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  20. Selleri

    Solved Succulent id please

    Thanks very much, I believe it is indeed Haworthia and apparently is not hardy. I will give it a bit of TLC and see what it decides to become. Anything over being forgotten behind a curtain should...
    Thanks very much, I believe it is indeed Haworthia and apparently is not hardy. I will give it a bit of TLC and see what it decides to become. Anything over being forgotten behind a curtain should count as TLC ;)
    Thanks very much, I believe it is indeed Haworthia and apparently is not hardy. I will give it a bit of TLC and see what it decides to become. Anything over being forgotten behind a curtain should count as TLC ;)
    Thanks very much, I believe it is indeed Haworthia and apparently is not hardy. I will give it a bit of TLC and see what it decides to become. Anything over being forgotten behind a curtain should...
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    5
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    106

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