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  1. djmartylyttle

    Solved Invasive bush with long branches

    I’ll need to wait until it grows a bit then for the leaves to return. Thanks
    I’ll need to wait until it grows a bit then for the leaves to return. Thanks
    I’ll need to wait until it grows a bit then for the leaves to return. Thanks
    I’ll need to wait until it grows a bit then for the leaves to return. Thanks
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  2. wiseowl

    Solved ID Please

    Good evening @noisette47 and @Silver surfer my friends and many thanks is it also called a Toffee Apple tree
    Good evening @noisette47 and @Silver surfer my friends and many thanks is it also called a Toffee Apple tree
    Good evening @noisette47 and @Silver surfer my friends and many thanks is it also called a Toffee Apple tree
    Good evening @noisette47 and @Silver surfer my friends and many thanks is it also called a Toffee Apple tree
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    200
  3. ChrisIB

    Solved Can anyone identify this cane / bamboo?

    Interesting, thanks If helpful, here's a better one of the leaves
    Interesting, thanks If helpful, here's a better one of the leaves
    Interesting, thanks If helpful, here's a better one of the leaves
    Interesting, thanks If helpful, here's a better one of the leaves
    IMG20220314112257.jpg IMG20220314112308.jpg IMG20220314112245.jpg IMG20220316085654.jpg
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    240
  4. bleu-clair

    Solved Problem with boxwood

    Many thanks for the advice @Upsydaisy and @peteIt's such a shame as I have an entire mini hedge made of boxwood. It seems that the blight is spreading to other areas of it rather quickly. I'm...
    Many thanks for the advice @Upsydaisy and @peteIt's such a shame as I have an entire mini hedge made of boxwood. It seems that the blight is spreading to other areas of it rather quickly. I'm guessing that at some point I will have to remove the entire hedge which makes me really sad :sad::sad::sad:
    Many thanks for the advice @Upsydaisy and @peteIt's such a shame as I have an entire mini hedge made of boxwood. It seems that the blight is spreading to other areas of it rather quickly. I'm guessing that at some point I will have to remove...
    Many thanks for the advice @Upsydaisy and @peteIt's such a shame as I have an entire mini hedge made of boxwood. It seems that the blight is spreading to other areas of it rather quickly. I'm...
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    3
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    167
  5. Barders

    Solved Are these dwarf tulips please?

    How lovely, thank you @Palustris, just researching them now and added them to RHS Scrape book for when I get my new home :dbgrtmb:
    How lovely, thank you @Palustris, just researching them now and added them to RHS Scrape book for when I get my new home :dbgrtmb:
    How lovely, thank you @Palustris, just researching them now and added them to RHS Scrape book for when I get my new home :dbgrtmb:
    How lovely, thank you @Palustris, just researching them now and added them to RHS Scrape book for when I get my new home :dbgrtmb:
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    2
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    127
  6. icehockeyuk

    Solved Can anyone ID this shrub?

    Looks like a beautiful Abelia shrub.
    Looks like a beautiful Abelia shrub.
    Looks like a beautiful Abelia shrub.
    Looks like a beautiful Abelia shrub.
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    187
  7. icehockeyuk

    Solved Can you identify these 2 shrubs?

    Yes there is a Berberis with leaves that colour, and I think I can see one about half way up as well.You were quick with that quote, I deleted my comment when I realised from the leaf shape they...
    Yes there is a Berberis with leaves that colour, and I think I can see one about half way up as well.You were quick with that quote, I deleted my comment when I realised from the leaf shape they were probably a different Geranium
    Yes there is a Berberis with leaves that colour, and I think I can see one about half way up as well.You were quick with that quote, I deleted my comment when I realised from the leaf shape they were probably a different Geranium
    Yes there is a Berberis with leaves that colour, and I think I can see one about half way up as well.You were quick with that quote, I deleted my comment when I realised from the leaf shape they...
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    9
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    191
  8. Clare G
    Like x 4

    Solved Can anyone ID this exotic-looking plant?

    Echiums, I find, are one of those plants that really do show you if they are happy. A few years ago I collected some seeds of our wild Echium vulgare, they were growing in shingle at Dungeness...
    Echiums, I find, are one of those plants that really do show you if they are happy. A few years ago I collected some seeds of our wild Echium vulgare, they were growing in shingle at Dungeness and about 12 to 18 tall. In my garden they were rampant and soon got out of hand over 3ft tall.
    Echiums, I find, are one of those plants that really do show you if they are happy. A few years ago I collected some seeds of our wild Echium vulgare, they were growing in shingle at Dungeness and about 12 to 18 tall. In my garden they were...
    Echiums, I find, are one of those plants that really do show you if they are happy. A few years ago I collected some seeds of our wild Echium vulgare, they were growing in shingle at Dungeness...
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    18
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    478
  9. JimmyB

    Solved Help needed please

    Binned them. Spent the afternoon in the sun with the missus weeding the border. A zillion violets, a fair amount of couch grass, rocket (which self seeds for us and grows like a sort of half...
    Binned them. Spent the afternoon in the sun with the missus weeding the border. A zillion violets, a fair amount of couch grass, rocket (which self seeds for us and grows like a sort of half welcome pest: I love the flowers which are nutty and delicious but you can have too much do a food...
    Binned them. Spent the afternoon in the sun with the missus weeding the border. A zillion violets, a fair amount of couch grass, rocket (which self seeds for us and grows like a sort of half welcome pest: I love the flowers which are nutty and...
    Binned them. Spent the afternoon in the sun with the missus weeding the border. A zillion violets, a fair amount of couch grass, rocket (which self seeds for us and grows like a sort of half...
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  10. GardenGert

    Tree fungus?

    Thanks Pete, gutted on several levels! Not 2ft clearance below without taking the biggest branch, and we lost another in Eunice so maybe time to let her go :frown:
    Thanks Pete, gutted on several levels! Not 2ft clearance below without taking the biggest branch, and we lost another in Eunice so maybe time to let her go :frown:
    Thanks Pete, gutted on several levels! Not 2ft clearance below without taking the biggest branch, and we lost another in Eunice so maybe time to let her go :frown:
    Thanks Pete, gutted on several levels! Not 2ft clearance below without taking the biggest branch, and we lost another in Eunice so maybe time to let her go :frown:
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    2
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    130
  11. groundbeetle

    Solved Type of Cyclamen?

    Our cyclamen much prefer shady areas. Our main cyclamen bed (about 15' x 20') is in full shade. It has spread from there and also seems to prefer the shadier beds and lawns. We used to dig...
    Our cyclamen much prefer shady areas. Our main cyclamen bed (about 15' x 20') is in full shade. It has spread from there and also seems to prefer the shadier beds and lawns. We used to dig them, carefully, out of the lawns but it got too much work. So, unfortunately, they just get mowed. ...
    Our cyclamen much prefer shady areas. Our main cyclamen bed (about 15' x 20') is in full shade. It has spread from there and also seems to prefer the shadier beds and lawns. We used to dig them, carefully, out of the lawns but it got too much...
    Our cyclamen much prefer shady areas. Our main cyclamen bed (about 15' x 20') is in full shade. It has spread from there and also seems to prefer the shadier beds and lawns. We used to dig...
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    7
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    165
  12. Jocko

    Solved Can you identify these birds.

    On renovating a roof we found a nest of (feral) pigeons and carefully put the nest on the ground whilst working.A hedgehog got the youngest chick, so we had to take the two young punks indoors...
    On renovating a roof we found a nest of (feral) pigeons and carefully put the nest on the ground whilst working.A hedgehog got the youngest chick, so we had to take the two young punks indoors to avoid further bloodshed. The Punks had baby feathers and shocking green crowns and readily fed on...
    On renovating a roof we found a nest of (feral) pigeons and carefully put the nest on the ground whilst working.A hedgehog got the youngest chick, so we had to take the two young punks indoors to avoid further bloodshed. The Punks had baby...
    On renovating a roof we found a nest of (feral) pigeons and carefully put the nest on the ground whilst working.A hedgehog got the youngest chick, so we had to take the two young punks indoors...
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    8
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    225
  13. pete

    Magnolia????

    I’m no expert on Magnolias, but it’s so well established, you’d think it’s not one of the evergreen variants that are becoming increasingly available now. Some kind of grandiflora, until the...
    I’m no expert on Magnolias, but it’s so well established, you’d think it’s not one of the evergreen variants that are becoming increasingly available now. Some kind of grandiflora, until the flowers come out to narrow down further.
    I’m no expert on Magnolias, but it’s so well established, you’d think it’s not one of the evergreen variants that are becoming increasingly available now. Some kind of grandiflora, until the flowers come out to narrow down further.
    I’m no expert on Magnolias, but it’s so well established, you’d think it’s not one of the evergreen variants that are becoming increasingly available now. Some kind of grandiflora, until the...
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    11
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    221
  14. Jack860966

    Solved What is this fungus?

    Your welcome:)
    Your welcome:)
    Your welcome:)
    Your welcome:)
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    5
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    175
  15. Chrislisi1982

    Solved What is this hedge?

    Is it a variety of Cotoneaster? Maybe the Cotoneaster franchetii variety. This information page says the fruit is edible if that is what your plant is.Happy gardening!
    Is it a variety of Cotoneaster? Maybe the Cotoneaster franchetii variety. This information page says the fruit is edible if that is what your plant is.Happy gardening!
    Is it a variety of Cotoneaster? Maybe the Cotoneaster franchetii variety. This information page says the fruit is edible if that is what your plant is.Happy gardening!
    Is it a variety of Cotoneaster? Maybe the Cotoneaster franchetii variety. This information page says the fruit is edible if that is what your plant is.Happy gardening!
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    2
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    165
  16. Wannabe

    Solved Winter flowering climber

    Sorry Lori, but you miss my point earlier. Non of the above Loniceras are climbers. They are all just shrubs.Lonicera fragrantissima is pretty hardy H6: hardy in all of UK and northern Europe ...
    Sorry Lori, but you miss my point earlier. Non of the above Loniceras are climbers. They are all just shrubs.Lonicera fragrantissima is pretty hardy H6: hardy in all of UK and northern Europe Minimum temp...(-20C/(-4F) to -15C)
    Sorry Lori, but you miss my point earlier. Non of the above Loniceras are climbers. They are all just shrubs.Lonicera fragrantissima is pretty hardy H6: hardy in all of UK and northern Europe Minimum temp...(-20C/(-4F) to -15C)
    Sorry Lori, but you miss my point earlier. Non of the above Loniceras are climbers. They are all just shrubs.Lonicera fragrantissima is pretty hardy H6: hardy in all of UK and northern Europe ...
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    16
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    443
  17. Nigel62

    Solved ID (again) please

    pics 1. GAULTHERIA MUCRONATA LILACINA 2. GAULTHERIA MUCRONATA ROSEA 3. GAULTHERIA MUCRONATA SNEEUWWITJE
    pics 1. GAULTHERIA MUCRONATA LILACINA 2. GAULTHERIA MUCRONATA ROSEA 3. GAULTHERIA MUCRONATA SNEEUWWITJE
    pics 1. GAULTHERIA MUCRONATA LILACINA 2. GAULTHERIA MUCRONATA ROSEA 3. GAULTHERIA MUCRONATA SNEEUWWITJE
    pics 1. GAULTHERIA MUCRONATA LILACINA 2. GAULTHERIA MUCRONATA ROSEA 3. GAULTHERIA MUCRONATA SNEEUWWITJE
    20211222_180956.jpg GAULTHERIA  MUCRONATA  LILACINA 11-09-2008 15-55-26.JPG GAULTHERIA  MUCRONATA  ROSEA 11-11-2015 14-34-08.JPG GAULTHERIA  MUCRONATA  SNEEUWWITJE 08-09-2009 16-42-29.JPG GAULTHERIA  MUCRONATA 15 01 2012 09-56.JPG
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    4
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    191
  18. Sheal

    Spruce?

    Thanks Pete. :) I'll give it closer inspection tomorrow.
    Thanks Pete. :) I'll give it closer inspection tomorrow.
    Thanks Pete. :) I'll give it closer inspection tomorrow.
    Thanks Pete. :) I'll give it closer inspection tomorrow.
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    2
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    169
  19. Victoria

    Succulent ID Please

    Wow again !! That’s amazing ! :)
    Wow again !! That’s amazing ! :)
    Wow again !! That’s amazing ! :)
    Wow again !! That’s amazing ! :)
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    15
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    398
  20. Palustris

    Solved Conifer id

    Thanks. Seems to be the correct id. Most grateful.
    Thanks. Seems to be the correct id. Most grateful.
    Thanks. Seems to be the correct id. Most grateful.
    Thanks. Seems to be the correct id. Most grateful.
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    3
    Views:
    204

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