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  1. joolz68

    I.D on a few please

    Thank you,i will have to wait until next yr to see it :) will it be ok to cut it right back?
    Thank you,i will have to wait until next yr to see it :) will it be ok to cut it right back?
    Thank you,i will have to wait until next yr to see it :) will it be ok to cut it right back?
    Thank you,i will have to wait until next yr to see it :) will it be ok to cut it right back?
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  2. Scudo

    Whats attacking the leaves

    Could be Weevils @Scudo ..they're a damn nuisance ...and if they've laid thier eggs in the soil their larvae will munch away on the roots.I lost all my Strawberry plants this year to those critters.:gaah:
    Could be Weevils @Scudo ..they're a damn nuisance ...and if they've laid thier eggs in the soil their larvae will munch away on the roots.I lost all my Strawberry plants this year to those critters.:gaah:
    Could be Weevils @Scudo ..they're a damn nuisance ...and if they've laid thier eggs in the soil their larvae will munch away on the roots.I lost all my Strawberry plants this year to those critters.:gaah:
    Could be Weevils @Scudo ..they're a damn nuisance ...and if they've laid thier eggs in the soil their larvae will munch away on the roots.I lost all my Strawberry plants this year to those critters.:gaah:
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  3. Lone Northern Lass

    Weed or not a weed? And what is it?

    Chamerion angustifolium...common name Rosebay willowherb.
    Chamerion angustifolium...common name Rosebay willowherb.
    Chamerion angustifolium...common name Rosebay willowherb.
    Chamerion angustifolium...common name Rosebay willowherb.
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  4. Lone Northern Lass

    What is this shrub? Thanks :-)

    Escallonia sp.
    Escallonia sp.
    Escallonia sp.
    Escallonia sp.
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  5. Kevin Cowans

    Can anyone please these identify these Plants?

    Sorry Kevin :)
    Sorry Kevin :)
    Sorry Kevin :)
    Sorry Kevin :)
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  6. BarowBoy

    Pink spikey plant.

    Enlarge BarowBoys pic.Phytolaca sp......Common name Poke weed.Phytolacca - Google Search
    Enlarge BarowBoys pic.Phytolaca sp......Common name Poke weed.Phytolacca - Google Search
    Enlarge BarowBoys pic.Phytolaca sp......Common name Poke weed.Phytolacca - Google Search
    Enlarge BarowBoys pic.Phytolaca sp......Common name Poke weed.Phytolacca - Google Search
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  7. LizPond

    What shrub is this?

    All credit to Caroline ;-) :-)
    All credit to Caroline ;-) :-)
    All credit to Caroline ;-) :-)
    All credit to Caroline ;-) :-)
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  8. tangham

    ID please.

    Looks like a form of Papaver somniferum (opium poppy)
    Looks like a form of Papaver somniferum (opium poppy)
    Looks like a form of Papaver somniferum (opium poppy)
    Looks like a form of Papaver somniferum (opium poppy)
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  9. Bradshaw_John

    New plant offer

    I like it. OK it self seeds and if left can become a bit of a pain. So dead head it as you do other plants, so preventing the seeds from doing their thing.
    I like it. OK it self seeds and if left can become a bit of a pain. So dead head it as you do other plants, so preventing the seeds from doing their thing.
    I like it. OK it self seeds and if left can become a bit of a pain. So dead head it as you do other plants, so preventing the seeds from doing their thing.
    I like it. OK it self seeds and if left can become a bit of a pain. So dead head it as you do other plants, so preventing the seeds from doing their thing.
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  10. Bradshaw_John

    Flower or weed?

    Thank you
    Thank you
    Thank you
    Thank you
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  11. Ed S

    Mislabelled - d'oh

    @Ed S My Zinnias look like Petes photo as well, a lovely group of bedding plants. We have all mislabeled seed trays, it can cause some confusion. :scratch:
    @Ed S My Zinnias look like Petes photo as well, a lovely group of bedding plants. We have all mislabeled seed trays, it can cause some confusion. :scratch:
    @Ed S My Zinnias look like Petes photo as well, a lovely group of bedding plants. We have all mislabeled seed trays, it can cause some confusion. :scratch:
    @Ed S My Zinnias look like Petes photo as well, a lovely group of bedding plants. We have all mislabeled seed trays, it can cause some confusion. :scratch:
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  12. Fat Controller

    Tree identification

    Sorry, I didn't get outside today to take a photo of the other one - will try tomorrow. It is definitely not sycamore though. I just need to know what to do with two walnut saplings now.... :biggrin:
    Sorry, I didn't get outside today to take a photo of the other one - will try tomorrow. It is definitely not sycamore though. I just need to know what to do with two walnut saplings now.... :biggrin:
    Sorry, I didn't get outside today to take a photo of the other one - will try tomorrow. It is definitely not sycamore though. I just need to know what to do with two walnut saplings now.... :biggrin:
    Sorry, I didn't get outside today to take a photo of the other one - will try tomorrow. It is definitely not sycamore though. I just need to know what to do with two walnut saplings now.... :biggrin:
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  13. GardeningFin

    Plant/weed? identification

    Thanks everyone - I'll get pulling
    Thanks everyone - I'll get pulling
    Thanks everyone - I'll get pulling
    Thanks everyone - I'll get pulling
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  14. Steveb21

    Identification please

    I like the scent. It's easy to grow from cuttings, just make a slit in the ground with your spade and stand the cuttings in and close slit.
    I like the scent. It's easy to grow from cuttings, just make a slit in the ground with your spade and stand the cuttings in and close slit.
    I like the scent. It's easy to grow from cuttings, just make a slit in the ground with your spade and stand the cuttings in and close slit.
    I like the scent. It's easy to grow from cuttings, just make a slit in the ground with your spade and stand the cuttings in and close slit.
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  15. geoffd

    Prolific 'weed' in veg bed

    What a brilliant suggestion! I did grow a Cape Gooseberry for the first (and only) time 2 years ago in the polytunnel and it went huge so I did take it out. I don't remember but I must have put it...
    What a brilliant suggestion! I did grow a Cape Gooseberry for the first (and only) time 2 years ago in the polytunnel and it went huge so I did take it out. I don't remember but I must have put it in the compost heap and, again don't remember but, must have used some of the compost on that bed....
    What a brilliant suggestion! I did grow a Cape Gooseberry for the first (and only) time 2 years ago in the polytunnel and it went huge so I did take it out. I don't remember but I must have put it in the compost heap and, again don't remember...
    What a brilliant suggestion! I did grow a Cape Gooseberry for the first (and only) time 2 years ago in the polytunnel and it went huge so I did take it out. I don't remember but I must have put it...
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  16. Max6389

    Plant ID

    Don't think they're blue enough for pageii, maybe topiaria? It looks quite rounded
    Don't think they're blue enough for pageii, maybe topiaria? It looks quite rounded
    Don't think they're blue enough for pageii, maybe topiaria? It looks quite rounded
    Don't think they're blue enough for pageii, maybe topiaria? It looks quite rounded
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  17. Max6389

    Tree or bush ID

    Flowering Currant (Ribes).
    Flowering Currant (Ribes).
    Flowering Currant (Ribes).
    Flowering Currant (Ribes).
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  18. Greybelle

    Cabbage eating Pest

    You need netting, pigeons will keep coming back till there is nothing left.Probably too early in the year for Caterpillars.I use butterfly netting which has smaller gaps to keep them out too,...
    You need netting, pigeons will keep coming back till there is nothing left.Probably too early in the year for Caterpillars.I use butterfly netting which has smaller gaps to keep them out too, although they still sometimes find a way in.
    You need netting, pigeons will keep coming back till there is nothing left.Probably too early in the year for Caterpillars.I use butterfly netting which has smaller gaps to keep them out too, although they still sometimes find a way in.
    You need netting, pigeons will keep coming back till there is nothing left.Probably too early in the year for Caterpillars.I use butterfly netting which has smaller gaps to keep them out too,...
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  19. Ed S

    Curious-looking specimen

    Thanks, team! I'll see whether I can keep them alive long enough!
    Thanks, team! I'll see whether I can keep them alive long enough!
    Thanks, team! I'll see whether I can keep them alive long enough!
    Thanks, team! I'll see whether I can keep them alive long enough!
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  20. jimcubs

    Orange grass

    I think it may be due to me not cutting the grass for a few weeks, as my mower gear change cables snapped but I have been on it today and I think it’s fixed. So if all goes to plan it might get...
    I think it may be due to me not cutting the grass for a few weeks, as my mower gear change cables snapped but I have been on it today and I think it’s fixed. So if all goes to plan it might get cut tomorrow
    I think it may be due to me not cutting the grass for a few weeks, as my mower gear change cables snapped but I have been on it today and I think it’s fixed. So if all goes to plan it might get cut tomorrow
    I think it may be due to me not cutting the grass for a few weeks, as my mower gear change cables snapped but I have been on it today and I think it’s fixed. So if all goes to plan it might get...
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    4
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    146

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