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  1. groundbeetle

    Solved Can anyone identify these rock plants?

    the sempervivum is probably tectorum, they are so variable, that a positive i.d. of the exact cultivar could be nigh on impossible. The sedum could be acre. Once again, quite variable. Hope this...
    the sempervivum is probably tectorum, they are so variable, that a positive i.d. of the exact cultivar could be nigh on impossible. The sedum could be acre. Once again, quite variable. Hope this helps. Both are so, so easy to propagate but both are invaluable for the rockery/ground cover type thing
    the sempervivum is probably tectorum, they are so variable, that a positive i.d. of the exact cultivar could be nigh on impossible. The sedum could be acre. Once again, quite variable. Hope this helps. Both are so, so easy to propagate but both...
    the sempervivum is probably tectorum, they are so variable, that a positive i.d. of the exact cultivar could be nigh on impossible. The sedum could be acre. Once again, quite variable. Hope this...
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  2. Jack Sparrow

    Solved Weed identification

    @groundbeetleOne of my favourite books as well and like you have had it for years. I also have a set of prints of Marjorie Blamey's Seasons, illustrations of flora and fauna in each season, the...
    @groundbeetleOne of my favourite books as well and like you have had it for years. I also have a set of prints of Marjorie Blamey's Seasons, illustrations of flora and fauna in each season, the detail is fantastic.
    @groundbeetleOne of my favourite books as well and like you have had it for years. I also have a set of prints of Marjorie Blamey's Seasons, illustrations of flora and fauna in each season, the detail is fantastic.
    @groundbeetleOne of my favourite books as well and like you have had it for years. I also have a set of prints of Marjorie Blamey's Seasons, illustrations of flora and fauna in each season, the...
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  3. JimmyB

    Anyone know this plant please?

    It looks like Chia (salvia hispanica) I tried growing it last year but it didn't flower for me. Also I don't think it had strong fragrant leaves like the rest of the salvia family.
    It looks like Chia (salvia hispanica) I tried growing it last year but it didn't flower for me. Also I don't think it had strong fragrant leaves like the rest of the salvia family.
    It looks like Chia (salvia hispanica) I tried growing it last year but it didn't flower for me. Also I don't think it had strong fragrant leaves like the rest of the salvia family.
    It looks like Chia (salvia hispanica) I tried growing it last year but it didn't flower for me. Also I don't think it had strong fragrant leaves like the rest of the salvia family.
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  4. wiseowl

    Solved New growth Tree I.D

    Odd that it appears to have spring foliage at this time of the year.
    Odd that it appears to have spring foliage at this time of the year.
    Odd that it appears to have spring foliage at this time of the year.
    Odd that it appears to have spring foliage at this time of the year.
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  5. shiney

    Tree I.D. Please

    Cercis is pretty common around here, I think it's reliably hardy, as for albizzia it needs a warm summer, likewise Lagerstroemia which is mentioned.
    Cercis is pretty common around here, I think it's reliably hardy, as for albizzia it needs a warm summer, likewise Lagerstroemia which is mentioned.
    Cercis is pretty common around here, I think it's reliably hardy, as for albizzia it needs a warm summer, likewise Lagerstroemia which is mentioned.
    Cercis is pretty common around here, I think it's reliably hardy, as for albizzia it needs a warm summer, likewise Lagerstroemia which is mentioned.
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  6. Upsydaisy

    ID request ...again, lovely people please!

    Ok and your welcome:biggrin:
    Ok and your welcome:biggrin:
    Ok and your welcome:biggrin:
    Ok and your welcome:biggrin:
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  7. Cordy

    What is this plant?

    I would say Ageratum
    I would say Ageratum
    I would say Ageratum
    I would say Ageratum
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  8. Cordy
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    Solved What shrub is this ?

    Wow, that is stunning. I have one small tree but am giving it away next week as I now only want evergreen. I did make Slivovitz with my fruit however.
    Wow, that is stunning. I have one small tree but am giving it away next week as I now only want evergreen. I did make Slivovitz with my fruit however.
    Wow, that is stunning. I have one small tree but am giving it away next week as I now only want evergreen. I did make Slivovitz with my fruit however.
    Wow, that is stunning. I have one small tree but am giving it away next week as I now only want evergreen. I did make Slivovitz with my fruit however.
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  9. Jack Sparrow

    Solved Is this snowberry?

    Yes, it looks like Symphoricarpos x chenaultii 'Hancock' and is also known as Snowberry although not the one with white berries. We used to plant S c "Hancock" on many of our larger landscape...
    Yes, it looks like Symphoricarpos x chenaultii 'Hancock' and is also known as Snowberry although not the one with white berries. We used to plant S c "Hancock" on many of our larger landscape projects.Blackstart
    Yes, it looks like Symphoricarpos x chenaultii 'Hancock' and is also known as Snowberry although not the one with white berries. We used to plant S c "Hancock" on many of our larger landscape projects.Blackstart
    Yes, it looks like Symphoricarpos x chenaultii 'Hancock' and is also known as Snowberry although not the one with white berries. We used to plant S c "Hancock" on many of our larger landscape...
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  10. Graham B

    Solved Fungus in woodchip mulch

    Thanks folks! I'm slightly regretting having booted that clump then - but of course that's only the fruiting body and not the actual main fungus. I'm happy to let it do its thing with the mulch then.
    Thanks folks! I'm slightly regretting having booted that clump then - but of course that's only the fruiting body and not the actual main fungus. I'm happy to let it do its thing with the mulch then.
    Thanks folks! I'm slightly regretting having booted that clump then - but of course that's only the fruiting body and not the actual main fungus. I'm happy to let it do its thing with the mulch then.
    Thanks folks! I'm slightly regretting having booted that clump then - but of course that's only the fruiting body and not the actual main fungus. I'm happy to let it do its thing with the mulch then.
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  11. Nigel62

    Solved ID please

    I used to grow them outside . They have one in NTS garden in Perth.Scotland But I must add these are new ones introduced from ???? They tend to be very expensive and only available from...
    I used to grow them outside . They have one in NTS garden in Perth.Scotland But I must add these are new ones introduced from ???? They tend to be very expensive and only available from specialist nurseries such as Crug Farm ..where Sue and Bleddyn brought back seeds from plant hunting...
    I used to grow them outside . They have one in NTS garden in Perth.Scotland But I must add these are new ones introduced from ???? They tend to be very expensive and only available from specialist nurseries such as Crug Farm ..where Sue and...
    I used to grow them outside . They have one in NTS garden in Perth.Scotland But I must add these are new ones introduced from ???? They tend to be very expensive and only available from...
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  12. geoff956

    Solved Fungi growing on tree stump

    Thank you for the advice. I appreciate it.
    Thank you for the advice. I appreciate it.
    Thank you for the advice. I appreciate it.
    Thank you for the advice. I appreciate it.
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  13. shiney

    Solved A Bit Of A Puzzle

    @Silver surfer that certainly looks like it. Thanks :dbgrtmb:
    @Silver surfer that certainly looks like it. Thanks :dbgrtmb:
    @Silver surfer that certainly looks like it. Thanks :dbgrtmb:
    @Silver surfer that certainly looks like it. Thanks :dbgrtmb:
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  14. Upsydaisy

    Solved Houseplant name please.

    nice thank you guys for sharing knowledge
    nice thank you guys for sharing knowledge
    nice thank you guys for sharing knowledge
    nice thank you guys for sharing knowledge
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  15. CanadianLori

    Solved Are these perennials and can they be potted up and overwinter?

    That looks a lot like it :)
    That looks a lot like it :)
    That looks a lot like it :)
    That looks a lot like it :)
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  16. Victoria

    Solved Tamarillo (Tomato Tree) & Salvia farinacea Problems

    Sadly it is less a foot but a sturdy stem ... hence why I did not photograph it! :redface: My Pink Brugmansia is on a "grow slow" as well.:sad:
    Sadly it is less a foot but a sturdy stem ... hence why I did not photograph it! :redface: My Pink Brugmansia is on a "grow slow" as well.:sad:
    Sadly it is less a foot but a sturdy stem ... hence why I did not photograph it! :redface: My Pink Brugmansia is on a "grow slow" as well.:sad:
    Sadly it is less a foot but a sturdy stem ... hence why I did not photograph it! :redface: My Pink Brugmansia is on a "grow slow" as well.:sad:
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  17. CanadianLori

    Solved Did these come with my asters or are they pups?

    Good to know. Thanks @pete !
    Good to know. Thanks @pete !
    Good to know. Thanks @pete !
    Good to know. Thanks @pete !
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  18. Lem

    Solved What Fungi is this ??

    @flounder Thank's for that, it's an unusual one, and is growing prolific fairplay :blue thumb:
    @flounder Thank's for that, it's an unusual one, and is growing prolific fairplay :blue thumb:
    @flounder Thank's for that, it's an unusual one, and is growing prolific fairplay :blue thumb:
    @flounder Thank's for that, it's an unusual one, and is growing prolific fairplay :blue thumb:
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  19. roders

    Solved What is it?

    Thanks
    Thanks
    Thanks
    Thanks
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  20. youngalistai

    Plant ID please

    Struggling as I cannot zoom in to see detail of the flowers. Maybe Angelonia ????
    Struggling as I cannot zoom in to see detail of the flowers. Maybe Angelonia ????
    Struggling as I cannot zoom in to see detail of the flowers. Maybe Angelonia ????
    Struggling as I cannot zoom in to see detail of the flowers. Maybe Angelonia ????
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