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  1. shiney

    Neighbour's Request

    Sorry, can't say as I didn't take notice of it and Mrs S. has dumped the bin into the wheelie bin that goes out tomorrow. :noidea:
    Sorry, can't say as I didn't take notice of it and Mrs S. has dumped the bin into the wheelie bin that goes out tomorrow. :noidea:
    Sorry, can't say as I didn't take notice of it and Mrs S. has dumped the bin into the wheelie bin that goes out tomorrow. :noidea:
    Sorry, can't say as I didn't take notice of it and Mrs S. has dumped the bin into the wheelie bin that goes out tomorrow. :noidea:
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  2. pete

    Solved Grows like a weed.

    Thanyou both, yes it does look like a possibility, but never seen it fruit, I usually try to get rid of it before that happens. The hedge down the road gets clipped a couple of times a year so I...
    Thanyou both, yes it does look like a possibility, but never seen it fruit, I usually try to get rid of it before that happens. The hedge down the road gets clipped a couple of times a year so I dont think that fruits either.
    Thanyou both, yes it does look like a possibility, but never seen it fruit, I usually try to get rid of it before that happens. The hedge down the road gets clipped a couple of times a year so I dont think that fruits either.
    Thanyou both, yes it does look like a possibility, but never seen it fruit, I usually try to get rid of it before that happens. The hedge down the road gets clipped a couple of times a year so I...
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  3. Jasmine star

    Solved Could this be a rose?

    Super, will do. :blue thumb:
    Super, will do. :blue thumb:
    Super, will do. :blue thumb:
    Super, will do. :blue thumb:
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  4. Jasmine star

    Solved ID please.

    That's a different milkweed @CanadianLori, the plant the Monarch butterfly eats is in the Ascepias family. The weed identified in this thread is in the Euphorbia family. Both share the same common...
    That's a different milkweed @CanadianLori, the plant the Monarch butterfly eats is in the Ascepias family. The weed identified in this thread is in the Euphorbia family. Both share the same common milkweed name :rolleyespink:
    That's a different milkweed @CanadianLori, the plant the Monarch butterfly eats is in the Ascepias family. The weed identified in this thread is in the Euphorbia family. Both share the same common milkweed name :rolleyespink:
    That's a different milkweed @CanadianLori, the plant the Monarch butterfly eats is in the Ascepias family. The weed identified in this thread is in the Euphorbia family. Both share the same common...
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  5. Victoria

    Solved SOLVED Is this a Weed?

    Don't think I would have got that one. :biggrin:
    Don't think I would have got that one. :biggrin:
    Don't think I would have got that one. :biggrin:
    Don't think I would have got that one. :biggrin:
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  6. Gizmo

    Solved Furry plant

    Hi I think I found a bug not sure but very tiny and on beside this furry plant I was asking about.. If bug I found it on the yellow plant beside it..
    Hi I think I found a bug not sure but very tiny and on beside this furry plant I was asking about.. If bug I found it on the yellow plant beside it..
    Hi I think I found a bug not sure but very tiny and on beside this furry plant I was asking about.. If bug I found it on the yellow plant beside it..
    Hi I think I found a bug not sure but very tiny and on beside this furry plant I was asking about.. If bug I found it on the yellow plant beside it..
    IMG_20210809_151619.jpg DIGITALIS  PURPUREA  FOXGLOVE 30-Jun-08 3-52-27 PM.JPG DIGITALIS  PURPUREA  FOXGLOVE 30-Jun-08 3-52-33 PM.JPG DIGITALIS  PURPUREA  FOXGLOVE 30-Jun-08 3-52-56 PM.JPG DIGITALIS  PURPUREA  FOXGLOVE 30-Jun-08 3-55-23 PM.JPG DIGITALIS  PURPUREA  FOXGLOVE 30-Jun-08 4-06-07 PM.JPG
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  7. hailbopp

    Solved Possibly related to Ecomis? Asking for a friend

    Wonderful photos Silver Surfer, thank you so much. I have had a reply from Satty re which Arisaema would be best suited to here so yes the bank balance will be trashed! I intend on buying 3 bulbs...
    Wonderful photos Silver Surfer, thank you so much. I have had a reply from Satty re which Arisaema would be best suited to here so yes the bank balance will be trashed! I intend on buying 3 bulbs of various varieties, good idea? Do you by chance know how far apart I should plant them and am I...
    Wonderful photos Silver Surfer, thank you so much. I have had a reply from Satty re which Arisaema would be best suited to here so yes the bank balance will be trashed! I intend on buying 3 bulbs of various varieties, good idea? Do you by chance...
    Wonderful photos Silver Surfer, thank you so much. I have had a reply from Satty re which Arisaema would be best suited to here so yes the bank balance will be trashed! I intend on buying 3 bulbs...
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  8. Shaneoak

    Solved What’s this?

    Thankyou so much I’m going to buy these or even better get some cuttings , if they grow from cuttings that is!
    Thankyou so much I’m going to buy these or even better get some cuttings , if they grow from cuttings that is!
    Thankyou so much I’m going to buy these or even better get some cuttings , if they grow from cuttings that is!
    Thankyou so much I’m going to buy these or even better get some cuttings , if they grow from cuttings that is!
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  9. pete

    Plantain weed

    I should have posted this a couple of years ago, but forgot, just found the pictures on my phone. The leaves look like a normal broad leaved plantain but the flowers are much fuller, could it be...
    I should have posted this a couple of years ago, but forgot, just found the pictures on my phone. The leaves look like a normal broad leaved plantain but the flowers are much fuller, could it be a mutation, there was more than one plant showing this.
    I should have posted this a couple of years ago, but forgot, just found the pictures on my phone. The leaves look like a normal broad leaved plantain but the flowers are much fuller, could it be a mutation, there was more than one plant showing...
    I should have posted this a couple of years ago, but forgot, just found the pictures on my phone. The leaves look like a normal broad leaved plantain but the flowers are much fuller, could it be...
    20190722_101524.jpg 20190722_101539.jpg 20190722_101545.jpg
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  10. Upsydaisy

    Solved Sorry..again!!

    Thanks @Perki and all 3 agreers , named pic is now safely installed in my new online plant photo album. :biggrin: :thankyou:
    Thanks @Perki and all 3 agreers , named pic is now safely installed in my new online plant photo album. :biggrin: :thankyou:
    Thanks @Perki and all 3 agreers , named pic is now safely installed in my new online plant photo album. :biggrin: :thankyou:
    Thanks @Perki and all 3 agreers , named pic is now safely installed in my new online plant photo album. :biggrin: :thankyou:
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  11. wiseowl

    Solved ID Please

    Good morning @Victoria my dear friend well I never they look almost like toys thank you for posting the photo
    Good morning @Victoria my dear friend well I never they look almost like toys thank you for posting the photo
    Good morning @Victoria my dear friend well I never they look almost like toys thank you for posting the photo
    Good morning @Victoria my dear friend well I never they look almost like toys thank you for posting the photo
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  12. Jowo

    Solved ID required please

    The voice of reason, @pete :biggrin: It's not as though the average garden centre is going to lose any sleep over their labelling ;)
    The voice of reason, @pete :biggrin: It's not as though the average garden centre is going to lose any sleep over their labelling ;)
    The voice of reason, @pete :biggrin: It's not as though the average garden centre is going to lose any sleep over their labelling ;)
    The voice of reason, @pete :biggrin: It's not as though the average garden centre is going to lose any sleep over their labelling ;)
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  13. hailbopp

    Not sure if this forum cover fungi but hope it does.

    Difficult to be sure what it is from the pics. It could be a field mushroom or a young horse mushroom. The main unpleasant one that looks kind of like that is the yellow stainer mushroom which...
    Difficult to be sure what it is from the pics. It could be a field mushroom or a young horse mushroom. The main unpleasant one that looks kind of like that is the yellow stainer mushroom which is not the best to try to eat. I was in the woods walking the dog earlier and managed to find some...
    Difficult to be sure what it is from the pics. It could be a field mushroom or a young horse mushroom. The main unpleasant one that looks kind of like that is the yellow stainer mushroom which is not the best to try to eat. I was in the woods...
    Difficult to be sure what it is from the pics. It could be a field mushroom or a young horse mushroom. The main unpleasant one that looks kind of like that is the yellow stainer mushroom which...
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  14. Upsydaisy

    Solved Yep...done it again!!

    Oh well this will suit my identification needs...I hope!!;) I don't use the laptop or desktop computers now as I prefer my tablet. :) I have created a flower index album on my tablet so these pics...
    Oh well this will suit my identification needs...I hope!!;) I don't use the laptop or desktop computers now as I prefer my tablet. :) I have created a flower index album on my tablet so these pics will only be going into there. I still have the plain versions stored in my 'normal ' photo album, so...
    Oh well this will suit my identification needs...I hope!!;) I don't use the laptop or desktop computers now as I prefer my tablet. :) I have created a flower index album on my tablet so these pics will only be going into there. I still have the plain...
    Oh well this will suit my identification needs...I hope!!;) I don't use the laptop or desktop computers now as I prefer my tablet. :) I have created a flower index album on my tablet so these pics...
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  15. joolz68

    Solved Burdock or Comfrey?

    Thanks JWK, il go dig it out x
    Thanks JWK, il go dig it out x
    Thanks JWK, il go dig it out x
    Thanks JWK, il go dig it out x
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  16. hailbopp

    Solved Given this, is it some sort of herb, Dill?

    There is no fennel bulb so must be Dill. Don’t like fennel even if it was so looks like this is going on the compost! Thanks Scrungee.
    There is no fennel bulb so must be Dill. Don’t like fennel even if it was so looks like this is going on the compost! Thanks Scrungee.
    There is no fennel bulb so must be Dill. Don’t like fennel even if it was so looks like this is going on the compost! Thanks Scrungee.
    There is no fennel bulb so must be Dill. Don’t like fennel even if it was so looks like this is going on the compost! Thanks Scrungee.
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  17. Sheal

    Solved Can you id this for me please?

    A few pics of Physalis for any one who does not know it.
    A few pics of Physalis for any one who does not know it.
    A few pics of Physalis for any one who does not know it.
    A few pics of Physalis for any one who does not know it.
    IMG_6423.JPG IMG_6425.JPG IMG_6427.JPG ABUTILON  MEGAPOTAMICUM 25-12-2013 17-34-36.JPG ABUTILON  MEGAPOTAMICUM 25-12-2013 17-34-50.JPG PHYSALIS  ALKEKENGI  GIGANTEA 02-10-2010 13-00-30.JPG
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  18. Ricky187

    Solved Reckon these are weeds?

    Ricky187,I am so very sorry to hi jack your thread..so very rude of me. Apologies.
    Ricky187,I am so very sorry to hi jack your thread..so very rude of me. Apologies.
    Ricky187,I am so very sorry to hi jack your thread..so very rude of me. Apologies.
    Ricky187,I am so very sorry to hi jack your thread..so very rude of me. Apologies.
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  19. Lisamyoung06

    Solved Anyone have any idea what this is?

    Hello Lisa, welcome to GC :sign0016: Pete's right, it's Sambucus or elderberry. I'm afraid it's not entirely benign, though. It will become a big tree left to it's own devices. Birds spread the berries...
    Hello Lisa, welcome to GC :sign0016: Pete's right, it's Sambucus or elderberry. I'm afraid it's not entirely benign, though. It will become a big tree left to it's own devices. Birds spread the berries around, so you could end up with a lot more than one. It sounds as though it's in a tricky position...
    Hello Lisa, welcome to GC :sign0016: Pete's right, it's Sambucus or elderberry. I'm afraid it's not entirely benign, though. It will become a big tree left to it's own devices. Birds spread the berries around, so you could end up with a lot more than...
    Hello Lisa, welcome to GC :sign0016: Pete's right, it's Sambucus or elderberry. I'm afraid it's not entirely benign, though. It will become a big tree left to it's own devices. Birds spread the berries...
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    3
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  20. RandyRos

    Solved Any ideas what this shrub is?

    These definitely come out of the ground. But you may well be right. It makes sense if they're the cherry tree's original form/variety. The cherry tree has been there about 20 years.
    These definitely come out of the ground. But you may well be right. It makes sense if they're the cherry tree's original form/variety. The cherry tree has been there about 20 years.
    These definitely come out of the ground. But you may well be right. It makes sense if they're the cherry tree's original form/variety. The cherry tree has been there about 20 years.
    These definitely come out of the ground. But you may well be right. It makes sense if they're the cherry tree's original form/variety. The cherry tree has been there about 20 years.
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    3
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    273

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