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  1. Bob Spade

    Solved ID if possible please

    After a quick check with a supplier image I think you have nailed it. As the flowers could be pink or white I shall have to wait for next spring to find out! Cheers
    After a quick check with a supplier image I think you have nailed it. As the flowers could be pink or white I shall have to wait for next spring to find out! Cheers
    After a quick check with a supplier image I think you have nailed it. As the flowers could be pink or white I shall have to wait for next spring to find out! Cheers
    After a quick check with a supplier image I think you have nailed it. As the flowers could be pink or white I shall have to wait for next spring to find out! Cheers
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  2. pete

    Not really expecting an ID, but its worth a try.

    The leaf doesn't look the same as a Sinningia, but does look live a Foxglove. Could it be one of the unusual foxgloves Pete?
    The leaf doesn't look the same as a Sinningia, but does look live a Foxglove. Could it be one of the unusual foxgloves Pete?
    The leaf doesn't look the same as a Sinningia, but does look live a Foxglove. Could it be one of the unusual foxgloves Pete?
    The leaf doesn't look the same as a Sinningia, but does look live a Foxglove. Could it be one of the unusual foxgloves Pete?
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  3. beanybob

    Bindweed / Morning Glory

    Thanks scrungee - will do, although field bindweed images look so similar to morning glory ones I really can't tell them apart. I'll try and get a flower pic tomorrow and see if that helps with ID...
    Thanks scrungee - will do, although field bindweed images look so similar to morning glory ones I really can't tell them apart. I'll try and get a flower pic tomorrow and see if that helps with ID (if it ever stops raining)
    Thanks scrungee - will do, although field bindweed images look so similar to morning glory ones I really can't tell them apart. I'll try and get a flower pic tomorrow and see if that helps with ID (if it ever stops raining)
    Thanks scrungee - will do, although field bindweed images look so similar to morning glory ones I really can't tell them apart. I'll try and get a flower pic tomorrow and see if that helps with ID...
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  4. xxxDawnxxx

    Solved Can anyone help me identify this please?

    Thank you so much both of you for your replies. :hapfeet:Have a great day
    Thank you so much both of you for your replies. :hapfeet:Have a great day
    Thank you so much both of you for your replies. :hapfeet:Have a great day
    Thank you so much both of you for your replies. :hapfeet:Have a great day
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  5. geoff956

    Solved Plant ID please

    Thank you very much for your most helpful reply. Being only a casual gardener this is something I wasn't aware of, but I'm glad I've done the right thing in removing it. Much appreciated.
    Thank you very much for your most helpful reply. Being only a casual gardener this is something I wasn't aware of, but I'm glad I've done the right thing in removing it. Much appreciated.
    Thank you very much for your most helpful reply. Being only a casual gardener this is something I wasn't aware of, but I'm glad I've done the right thing in removing it. Much appreciated.
    Thank you very much for your most helpful reply. Being only a casual gardener this is something I wasn't aware of, but I'm glad I've done the right thing in removing it. Much appreciated.
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  6. SUFC

    Solved Hi from Leicester

    MAYBE..Larix...common name Larch. Still very young. File:Larix decidua kz03.jpg - Wikimedia Commons
    MAYBE..Larix...common name Larch. Still very young. File:Larix decidua kz03.jpg - Wikimedia Commons
    MAYBE..Larix...common name Larch. Still very young. File:Larix decidua kz03.jpg - Wikimedia Commons
    MAYBE..Larix...common name Larch. Still very young. File:Larix decidua kz03.jpg - Wikimedia Commons
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  7. Flumpy

    ID please

    Don't talk down about yourself. :nonofinger: I remember you being right once. :blue thumb: :roflol:
    Don't talk down about yourself. :nonofinger: I remember you being right once. :blue thumb: :roflol:
    Don't talk down about yourself. :nonofinger: I remember you being right once. :blue thumb: :roflol:
    Don't talk down about yourself. :nonofinger: I remember you being right once. :blue thumb: :roflol:
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  8. Nigel62

    Solved ID please

    Oh, ok then...I s'pose:)
    Oh, ok then...I s'pose:)
    Oh, ok then...I s'pose:)
    Oh, ok then...I s'pose:)
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  9. shiney

    Solved Tree Fungus?

    It is usually a sign that the tree is in trouble and will be dying , however, the process can take a long time. We have an enormous Beech tree which an arborist friend reckons is well over 250...
    It is usually a sign that the tree is in trouble and will be dying , however, the process can take a long time. We have an enormous Beech tree which an arborist friend reckons is well over 250 years old. She has had a good show of honey fungus every year since we moved here nearly 20 years ago...
    It is usually a sign that the tree is in trouble and will be dying , however, the process can take a long time. We have an enormous Beech tree which an arborist friend reckons is well over 250 years old. She has had a good show of honey fungus...
    It is usually a sign that the tree is in trouble and will be dying , however, the process can take a long time. We have an enormous Beech tree which an arborist friend reckons is well over 250...
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  10. Pushkin

    Solved ID please.

    Artemisia vulgaris.I think it is.
    Artemisia vulgaris.I think it is.
    Artemisia vulgaris.I think it is.
    Artemisia vulgaris.I think it is.
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  11. Jasmine star

    ID please.

    Thanks @pete I'll have a look now :thumbsup:
    Thanks @pete I'll have a look now :thumbsup:
    Thanks @pete I'll have a look now :thumbsup:
    Thanks @pete I'll have a look now :thumbsup:
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  12. Victoria

    Unknown Flower / Leaf

    @Selleri I thought the flowers looked the same as the Crassula ovata but obviously not the leaves. I am thinking maybe Crassula spathulata.
    @Selleri I thought the flowers looked the same as the Crassula ovata but obviously not the leaves. I am thinking maybe Crassula spathulata.
    @Selleri I thought the flowers looked the same as the Crassula ovata but obviously not the leaves. I am thinking maybe Crassula spathulata.
    @Selleri I thought the flowers looked the same as the Crassula ovata but obviously not the leaves. I am thinking maybe Crassula spathulata.
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  13. xf8u39

    Solved Plant i.d.

    They can get quite large if potted on and fed regularly. Many years ago I grew one in a large pot sitting on top of an A0 (841 x 1189mm) plans chest and had to keep trimmimg the trailing stems to...
    They can get quite large if potted on and fed regularly. Many years ago I grew one in a large pot sitting on top of an A0 (841 x 1189mm) plans chest and had to keep trimmimg the trailing stems to prevent them obstructing the top drawer.
    They can get quite large if potted on and fed regularly. Many years ago I grew one in a large pot sitting on top of an A0 (841 x 1189mm) plans chest and had to keep trimmimg the trailing stems to prevent them obstructing the top drawer.
    They can get quite large if potted on and fed regularly. Many years ago I grew one in a large pot sitting on top of an A0 (841 x 1189mm) plans chest and had to keep trimmimg the trailing stems to...
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  14. Ricky187

    Solved Is this a pond plant?

    Thanks All :)
    Thanks All :)
    Thanks All :)
    Thanks All :)
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  15. fred88
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  16. Jasmine star

    ID please.

    Snowberries were flowering a couple of months ago and the bushes round here are now covered with white berries and there's no trace of any flowers left.If it is a Snowberry on the other side of...
    Snowberries were flowering a couple of months ago and the bushes round here are now covered with white berries and there's no trace of any flowers left.If it is a Snowberry on the other side of the fence, then it will soon be on your side as they spread by suckering.
    Snowberries were flowering a couple of months ago and the bushes round here are now covered with white berries and there's no trace of any flowers left.If it is a Snowberry on the other side of the fence, then it will soon be on your side as...
    Snowberries were flowering a couple of months ago and the bushes round here are now covered with white berries and there's no trace of any flowers left.If it is a Snowberry on the other side of...
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  17. Ianto

    Solved I think I've accidentally grown tobacco?

    You can buy a varied collection of tobacco seed, the real thing. Most seeds that you buy which are normally called Nicotiana in general seed catalogues are ornamental varieties that are flowering...
    You can buy a varied collection of tobacco seed, the real thing. Most seeds that you buy which are normally called Nicotiana in general seed catalogues are ornamental varieties that are flowering plants.
    You can buy a varied collection of tobacco seed, the real thing. Most seeds that you buy which are normally called Nicotiana in general seed catalogues are ornamental varieties that are flowering plants.
    You can buy a varied collection of tobacco seed, the real thing. Most seeds that you buy which are normally called Nicotiana in general seed catalogues are ornamental varieties that are flowering...
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  18. Nigel62

    Solved another ID please

    Thanks for reply. Going to take it out before it smothers the tree.
    Thanks for reply. Going to take it out before it smothers the tree.
    Thanks for reply. Going to take it out before it smothers the tree.
    Thanks for reply. Going to take it out before it smothers the tree.
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    2
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    229
  19. glengarry23

    Solved ID Please.

    Thank you folks for the response,..great information and links,..''Matthiola incana'',..thats most certainly what they are,..i must read up on them as the described blooms look promising.
    Thank you folks for the response,..great information and links,..''Matthiola incana'',..thats most certainly what they are,..i must read up on them as the described blooms look promising.
    Thank you folks for the response,..great information and links,..''Matthiola incana'',..thats most certainly what they are,..i must read up on them as the described blooms look promising.
    Thank you folks for the response,..great information and links,..''Matthiola incana'',..thats most certainly what they are,..i must read up on them as the described blooms look promising.
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    5
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    252
  20. Fat Controller

    Solved What on earth is this??

    Ah, now that is a good thought! There are a lot of parakeets around here and around that park too - you may well have hit on something there.
    Ah, now that is a good thought! There are a lot of parakeets around here and around that park too - you may well have hit on something there.
    Ah, now that is a good thought! There are a lot of parakeets around here and around that park too - you may well have hit on something there.
    Ah, now that is a good thought! There are a lot of parakeets around here and around that park too - you may well have hit on something there.
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