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  1. mazambo

    What is this?

    Thanks @Silver surfer and @pete definitely not thrown elder seed on there, it's also the mealworm and sultana bed so the birds must have brought it in, not something I think I want.
    Thanks @Silver surfer and @pete definitely not thrown elder seed on there, it's also the mealworm and sultana bed so the birds must have brought it in, not something I think I want.
    Thanks @Silver surfer and @pete definitely not thrown elder seed on there, it's also the mealworm and sultana bed so the birds must have brought it in, not something I think I want.
    Thanks @Silver surfer and @pete definitely not thrown elder seed on there, it's also the mealworm and sultana bed so the birds must have brought it in, not something I think I want.
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  2. martyn bromley

    Can you identify this plant please?

    Yep the one you gave me years ago has spread but it never becomes a problem.
    Yep the one you gave me years ago has spread but it never becomes a problem.
    Yep the one you gave me years ago has spread but it never becomes a problem.
    Yep the one you gave me years ago has spread but it never becomes a problem.
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  3. blackstart

    Mystery plant in friends garden

    Great stuff, thanks for the ID SS.Blackstart
    Great stuff, thanks for the ID SS.Blackstart
    Great stuff, thanks for the ID SS.Blackstart
    Great stuff, thanks for the ID SS.Blackstart
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  4. CecyFleur

    Pretty in pink... but what is it?

    Bearing in mind what you are saying about wanting winter colour in doors. Lots of people grow it purely as a house plant, so three cuttings set around and three inch pot to root. Once rooted...
    Bearing in mind what you are saying about wanting winter colour in doors. Lots of people grow it purely as a house plant, so three cuttings set around and three inch pot to root. Once rooted move up to a 5 inch pot. That way you get a nice bushy house plant. You can do that any time.
    Bearing in mind what you are saying about wanting winter colour in doors. Lots of people grow it purely as a house plant, so three cuttings set around and three inch pot to root. Once rooted move up to a 5 inch pot. That way you get a nice...
    Bearing in mind what you are saying about wanting winter colour in doors. Lots of people grow it purely as a house plant, so three cuttings set around and three inch pot to root. Once rooted...
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  5. katty

    Curry plant?

    Just found the label that came off mine
    Just found the label that came off mine
    Just found the label that came off mine
    Just found the label that came off mine
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  6. Stacey8490

    What is this??

    Its not a sun flower, its probably come from wild bird seed. Or agricultural land if you have any near you.Its just about to flower, leave it, nice yellow flowers, but not a sunflower.
    Its not a sun flower, its probably come from wild bird seed. Or agricultural land if you have any near you.Its just about to flower, leave it, nice yellow flowers, but not a sunflower.
    Its not a sun flower, its probably come from wild bird seed. Or agricultural land if you have any near you.Its just about to flower, leave it, nice yellow flowers, but not a sunflower.
    Its not a sun flower, its probably come from wild bird seed. Or agricultural land if you have any near you.Its just about to flower, leave it, nice yellow flowers, but not a sunflower.
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  7. KTSteve

    What Are These Called?

    The silver one is Calocephalus brownii, the second looks like a sangina.
    The silver one is Calocephalus brownii, the second looks like a sangina.
    The silver one is Calocephalus brownii, the second looks like a sangina.
    The silver one is Calocephalus brownii, the second looks like a sangina.
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  8. MrB

    What are these perennials?

    Thanks for the reply folks. It looks like it is too good to be true. However at least I know what plants are in the picture if nothing else.Thanks
    Thanks for the reply folks. It looks like it is too good to be true. However at least I know what plants are in the picture if nothing else.Thanks
    Thanks for the reply folks. It looks like it is too good to be true. However at least I know what plants are in the picture if nothing else.Thanks
    Thanks for the reply folks. It looks like it is too good to be true. However at least I know what plants are in the picture if nothing else.Thanks
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  9. Canna W

    Does anyone know this plant?

    Pete - thank you so much!
    Pete - thank you so much!
    Pete - thank you so much!
    Pete - thank you so much!
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  10. Emaggie

    I. D. Help Please.

    The Hamburg is much better in chicken soup than using ordinary turnip. :blue thumb:
    The Hamburg is much better in chicken soup than using ordinary turnip. :blue thumb:
    The Hamburg is much better in chicken soup than using ordinary turnip. :blue thumb:
    The Hamburg is much better in chicken soup than using ordinary turnip. :blue thumb:
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  11. 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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  12. CanadianLori

    Good tree seedling or pull?

    Glad I was able to help! Shame...I like Sorbaria...but realise in Ontario it could be a problem.Most poisons eg Round up ...work by the plant taking it right down to the roots. They do not act...
    Glad I was able to help! Shame...I like Sorbaria...but realise in Ontario it could be a problem.Most poisons eg Round up ...work by the plant taking it right down to the roots. They do not act instantly. So be patient and wait till completely dead before trying to remove it.
    Glad I was able to help! Shame...I like Sorbaria...but realise in Ontario it could be a problem.Most poisons eg Round up ...work by the plant taking it right down to the roots. They do not act instantly. So be patient and wait till completely...
    Glad I was able to help! Shame...I like Sorbaria...but realise in Ontario it could be a problem.Most poisons eg Round up ...work by the plant taking it right down to the roots. They do not act...
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  13. Green Knees

    2 unknowns in planter

    1. Agree willowherb ..there are many different ones. However not Chamaenerion angustifolium...common name rosebay willowherb...see pics below.Chamaenerion angustifolium - Google Search
    1. Agree willowherb ..there are many different ones. However not Chamaenerion angustifolium...common name rosebay willowherb...see pics below.Chamaenerion angustifolium - Google Search
    1. Agree willowherb ..there are many different ones. However not Chamaenerion angustifolium...common name rosebay willowherb...see pics below.Chamaenerion angustifolium - Google Search
    1. Agree willowherb ..there are many different ones. However not Chamaenerion angustifolium...common name rosebay willowherb...see pics below.Chamaenerion angustifolium - Google Search
    CHAMAENERION  ANGUSTIFOLIUM  ROSEBAY  WILLOWHERB 22-Jun-08 12-22-47 PM.JPG CHAMAENERION  ANGUSTIFOLIUM  ROSEBAY  WILLOWHERB 22-Jun-08 12-23-11 PM.JPG CHAMAENERION  ANGUSTIFOLIUM  ROSEBAY  WILLOWHERB 22-Jun-08 12-24-20 PM.JPG CHAMAENERION  ANGUSTIFOLIUM  ROSEBAY  WILLOWHERB 22-Sep-11 4-33-033.JPG CHAMAENERION  ANGUSTIFOLIUM  ROSEBAY  WILLOWHERB 25-May-12 11-47-45 AM.JPG
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  14. CarolineL

    Which honeysuckle is this please?

    I'm assuming the name comes from the young foliage? The flowers are rather different to the ones I saw, which had larger clusters (albeit still in pairs), and more muted colour.
    I'm assuming the name comes from the young foliage? The flowers are rather different to the ones I saw, which had larger clusters (albeit still in pairs), and more muted colour.
    I'm assuming the name comes from the young foliage? The flowers are rather different to the ones I saw, which had larger clusters (albeit still in pairs), and more muted colour.
    I'm assuming the name comes from the young foliage? The flowers are rather different to the ones I saw, which had larger clusters (albeit still in pairs), and more muted colour.
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  15. Kevin Cowans

    Can someone please identify these four Plants?

    No Victoria, I'm sure I remember you being right once before.:roflol:
    No Victoria, I'm sure I remember you being right once before.:roflol:
    No Victoria, I'm sure I remember you being right once before.:roflol:
    No Victoria, I'm sure I remember you being right once before.:roflol:
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  16. TheFitGardener

    What Plant Is this ?

    Thanks...now has flowers. Rhus typhina...common name staghorn sumac.Did you look over the fence to see if they have one as well?rhus typhina - Google Search
    Thanks...now has flowers. Rhus typhina...common name staghorn sumac.Did you look over the fence to see if they have one as well?rhus typhina - Google Search
    Thanks...now has flowers. Rhus typhina...common name staghorn sumac.Did you look over the fence to see if they have one as well?rhus typhina - Google Search
    Thanks...now has flowers. Rhus typhina...common name staghorn sumac.Did you look over the fence to see if they have one as well?rhus typhina - Google Search
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  17. polybear

    Any idea what plant this is please?

    It is one of the many species of willowherb. Recommend you get rid of it asap before it seeds.
    It is one of the many species of willowherb. Recommend you get rid of it asap before it seeds.
    It is one of the many species of willowherb. Recommend you get rid of it asap before it seeds.
    It is one of the many species of willowherb. Recommend you get rid of it asap before it seeds.
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  18. Max6389

    Plant ID please

    The roots go down a long way so you either need to have had rain recently or to give it a good watering.
    The roots go down a long way so you either need to have had rain recently or to give it a good watering.
    The roots go down a long way so you either need to have had rain recently or to give it a good watering.
    The roots go down a long way so you either need to have had rain recently or to give it a good watering.
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  19. Max6389

    Two plant ID

    Thank you both for quick replies :)
    Thank you both for quick replies :)
    Thank you both for quick replies :)
    Thank you both for quick replies :)
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  20. will562

    Lavender

    Ok lovely thanks. I thought they would be fine and also out old garden with Lavender certainly had plenty of weeds!!
    Ok lovely thanks. I thought they would be fine and also out old garden with Lavender certainly had plenty of weeds!!
    Ok lovely thanks. I thought they would be fine and also out old garden with Lavender certainly had plenty of weeds!!
    Ok lovely thanks. I thought they would be fine and also out old garden with Lavender certainly had plenty of weeds!!
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