Dismiss Notice
MONTHLY PHOTO COMPS ARE BACK!

Get your camera out, take the best shots of your life and submit them to the photo competition!

Please Click Here!

Identification Area

Have you seen any Pests, Diseases or even any Plants which you cannot work out, what they are ..... Ask in here ..

Sort By:
Title
Replies Views
Last Message ↓
  1. Steve71957

    Solved Is my hedge dying......

    Thanks all for the info. I think I will try and plant some small evergreens in the bare patch areas in an effort to 'fill' out the bare patches, and see if that works.......
    Thanks all for the info. I think I will try and plant some small evergreens in the bare patch areas in an effort to 'fill' out the bare patches, and see if that works.......
    Thanks all for the info. I think I will try and plant some small evergreens in the bare patch areas in an effort to 'fill' out the bare patches, and see if that works.......
    Thanks all for the info. I think I will try and plant some small evergreens in the bare patch areas in an effort to 'fill' out the bare patches, and see if that works.......
    Replies:
    7
    Views:
    183
  2. Max6389

    Solved Rhododendron type

    Hmm! Rhododendrons. I thought I had it sorted but now not sure.All Azaleas are technically/botanically Rhododendrons. But not all Rhododendrons are azaleas!There are named species as well as...
    Hmm! Rhododendrons. I thought I had it sorted but now not sure.All Azaleas are technically/botanically Rhododendrons. But not all Rhododendrons are azaleas!There are named species as well as named hybrids and cultivars. This is just a suggestion..based on the leaves, pink buds,shape of...
    Hmm! Rhododendrons. I thought I had it sorted but now not sure.All Azaleas are technically/botanically Rhododendrons. But not all Rhododendrons are azaleas!There are named species as well as named hybrids and cultivars. This is just a...
    Hmm! Rhododendrons. I thought I had it sorted but now not sure.All Azaleas are technically/botanically Rhododendrons. But not all Rhododendrons are azaleas!There are named species as well as...
    13F24709-9108-4586-8C5D-042CEBDB0D06.jpeg RHODODENDRON  CUNNINGHAMS  WHITE 12-05-2019 13-04-01.JPG RHODODENDRON  CUNNINGHAMS  WHITE 12-05-2019 13-04-08.JPG RHODODENDRON  CUNNINGHAMS  WHITE 12-05-2019 13-04-22.JPG
    Replies:
    2
    Views:
    140
  3. Adam Moss

    Help me with unknown spreading problem with driveway

    I wonder if the water/waste pipe has collapsed somewhere and is pushing the waste to the surface? Is there anyone local to you that rents out a, drainage inspection camera.
    I wonder if the water/waste pipe has collapsed somewhere and is pushing the waste to the surface? Is there anyone local to you that rents out a, drainage inspection camera.
    I wonder if the water/waste pipe has collapsed somewhere and is pushing the waste to the surface? Is there anyone local to you that rents out a, drainage inspection camera.
    I wonder if the water/waste pipe has collapsed somewhere and is pushing the waste to the surface? Is there anyone local to you that rents out a, drainage inspection camera.
    Replies:
    9
    Views:
    198
  4. Janet mahay

    Solved Whats this

    You could be right maybe fever few as did have a small plant dropped by birds on the other side of the garden few years ago it only grew once and never came back but this year it looks like it...
    You could be right maybe fever few as did have a small plant dropped by birds on the other side of the garden few years ago it only grew once and never came back but this year it looks like it might have appeared on the otherside of the garden so easy sometimes to forget what plants look like...
    You could be right maybe fever few as did have a small plant dropped by birds on the other side of the garden few years ago it only grew once and never came back but this year it looks like it might have appeared on the otherside of the garden...
    You could be right maybe fever few as did have a small plant dropped by birds on the other side of the garden few years ago it only grew once and never came back but this year it looks like it...
    Replies:
    6
    Views:
    236
  5. Selleri

    Solved Mini angel's trumpet Eriolarynx australis or something else?

    Well I was pretty peed off, as I definitely wanted blue! They're not even a pure white. Totally hardy, though.
    Well I was pretty peed off, as I definitely wanted blue! They're not even a pure white. Totally hardy, though.
    Well I was pretty peed off, as I definitely wanted blue! They're not even a pure white. Totally hardy, though.
    Well I was pretty peed off, as I definitely wanted blue! They're not even a pure white. Totally hardy, though.
    Replies:
    11
    Views:
    175
  6. Snorky85

    Solved Identification needed for tree

    Sorbus aria Lutescens...common name Whitebeam.sorbus aria lutescens - Recherche Google
    Sorbus aria Lutescens...common name Whitebeam.sorbus aria lutescens - Recherche Google
    Sorbus aria Lutescens...common name Whitebeam.sorbus aria lutescens - Recherche Google
    Sorbus aria Lutescens...common name Whitebeam.sorbus aria lutescens - Recherche Google
    Replies:
    1
    Views:
    198
  7. Flumpy

    Solved Plant ID please

    Only joking Pete, but thanks for the advise, we have a new garden and I noticed this plant dotted around the garden :)
    Only joking Pete, but thanks for the advise, we have a new garden and I noticed this plant dotted around the garden :)
    Only joking Pete, but thanks for the advise, we have a new garden and I noticed this plant dotted around the garden :)
    Only joking Pete, but thanks for the advise, we have a new garden and I noticed this plant dotted around the garden :)
    Replies:
    9
    Views:
    193
  8. Nigel62

    ID this plant please

    I was thinking portulaca...or something
    I was thinking portulaca...or something
    I was thinking portulaca...or something
    I was thinking portulaca...or something
    Replies:
    4
    Views:
    163
  9. Selleri

    Solved Hoverbee, hoverfly or hover- something

    Don't they squash the bedding plants? I had some nesting in the skimmia...broke the branches flat:heehee:
    Don't they squash the bedding plants? I had some nesting in the skimmia...broke the branches flat:heehee:
    Don't they squash the bedding plants? I had some nesting in the skimmia...broke the branches flat:heehee:
    Don't they squash the bedding plants? I had some nesting in the skimmia...broke the branches flat:heehee:
    Replies:
    18
    Views:
    435
  10. stumorphmac

    Solved Root id

    I think you are right it is a cinquefoil
    I think you are right it is a cinquefoil
    I think you are right it is a cinquefoil
    I think you are right it is a cinquefoil
    Replies:
    11
    Views:
    306
  11. martyn bromley

    Solved Mining bees ?

    We have them, and other species of them, in our garden and we tend to get on very well. They ignore me, even when I speak to them :noidea: (just like my wife :heehee:), and we provide water for bees and wasps. ...
    We have them, and other species of them, in our garden and we tend to get on very well. They ignore me, even when I speak to them :noidea: (just like my wife :heehee:), and we provide water for bees and wasps. A shallow dish (large plant saucer) with stones and slate at different angles so no matter the...
    We have them, and other species of them, in our garden and we tend to get on very well. They ignore me, even when I speak to them :noidea: (just like my wife :heehee:), and we provide water for bees and wasps. A shallow dish (large plant saucer) with stones...
    We have them, and other species of them, in our garden and we tend to get on very well. They ignore me, even when I speak to them :noidea: (just like my wife :heehee:), and we provide water for bees and wasps. ...
    Replies:
    9
    Views:
    265
  12. martyn bromley

    Solved Coreopsis ?

    Thanks for your reply
    Thanks for your reply
    Thanks for your reply
    Thanks for your reply
    Replies:
    4
    Views:
    169
  13. Victoria

    Solved Two Giant Plants in Pots

    I loaded the plant app @Texas Pete uses and it came up as Phytolacca americana which we had in Alabama known as Poke Sallet ... so up and away it went in the weed trug. I have never seen it here...
    I loaded the plant app @Texas Pete uses and it came up as Phytolacca americana which we had in Alabama known as Poke Sallet ... so up and away it went in the weed trug. I have never seen it here so some bird must have deposited it as they sit on the guttering above.The Osteo was planted...
    I loaded the plant app @Texas Pete uses and it came up as Phytolacca americana which we had in Alabama known as Poke Sallet ... so up and away it went in the weed trug. I have never seen it here so some bird must have deposited it as they sit on...
    I loaded the plant app @Texas Pete uses and it came up as Phytolacca americana which we had in Alabama known as Poke Sallet ... so up and away it went in the weed trug. I have never seen it here...
    Replies:
    12
    Views:
    314
  14. Jasmine star

    Solved ID please

    I'd go more for gloriosa as there doesn't seem to be, well, filaments hanging off the leaves and yes, spanish dagger
    I'd go more for gloriosa as there doesn't seem to be, well, filaments hanging off the leaves and yes, spanish dagger
    I'd go more for gloriosa as there doesn't seem to be, well, filaments hanging off the leaves and yes, spanish dagger
    I'd go more for gloriosa as there doesn't seem to be, well, filaments hanging off the leaves and yes, spanish dagger
    Replies:
    7
    Views:
    188
  15. Piggins

    Solved What is this honeysuckle variety?

    Thanks for the help, much appreciated. I'll return with photos once they bloom.
    Thanks for the help, much appreciated. I'll return with photos once they bloom.
    Thanks for the help, much appreciated. I'll return with photos once they bloom.
    Thanks for the help, much appreciated. I'll return with photos once they bloom.
    Replies:
    2
    Views:
    150
  16. Upsydaisy
    Replies:
    13
    Views:
    292
  17. Appleblossom31

    Solved Weed ID please

    They look like hawthorn seedlings, although the last time I dug any up was in my parents garden well over 50 years ago.
    They look like hawthorn seedlings, although the last time I dug any up was in my parents garden well over 50 years ago.
    They look like hawthorn seedlings, although the last time I dug any up was in my parents garden well over 50 years ago.
    They look like hawthorn seedlings, although the last time I dug any up was in my parents garden well over 50 years ago.
    Replies:
    1
    Views:
    170
  18. Victoria
    Replies:
    8
    Views:
    241
  19. mazambo

    Not echinops

    Hi everyone, I have this growing in a pot of echinops, I'm pretty sure it isn't part of that, the only thing I've got in the garden that resembles it is an oxeye daisy. Is that what it is?
    Hi everyone, I have this growing in a pot of echinops, I'm pretty sure it isn't part of that, the only thing I've got in the garden that resembles it is an oxeye daisy. Is that what it is?
    Hi everyone, I have this growing in a pot of echinops, I'm pretty sure it isn't part of that, the only thing I've got in the garden that resembles it is an oxeye daisy. Is that what it is?
    Hi everyone, I have this growing in a pot of echinops, I'm pretty sure it isn't part of that, the only thing I've got in the garden that resembles it is an oxeye daisy. Is that what it is?
    20210416_110708.jpg 20210416_110717.jpg
    Replies:
    0
    Views:
    123
  20. Texas Pete

    Solved Anyone idea what these are?

    Just dug it out. When I moved in, this part of the garden had artificial grass is a poor state with assorted weeds - various thorny things and plenty of docks, Briza quaking grass, zantedeschia...
    Just dug it out. When I moved in, this part of the garden had artificial grass is a poor state with assorted weeds - various thorny things and plenty of docks, Briza quaking grass, zantedeschia and all that running riot. Dug it all up. This particular rhizome didn't look like the other...
    Just dug it out. When I moved in, this part of the garden had artificial grass is a poor state with assorted weeds - various thorny things and plenty of docks, Briza quaking grass, zantedeschia and all that running riot. Dug it all up. This...
    Just dug it out. When I moved in, this part of the garden had artificial grass is a poor state with assorted weeds - various thorny things and plenty of docks, Briza quaking grass, zantedeschia...
    Replies:
    4
    Views:
    235

Thread Display Options

Loading...
  1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.
    Dismiss Notice