Beginner taking over garden

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  1. Bad Vlad

    Bad Vlad Apprentice Gardener

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    Hi guys, I was just wondering if you could help me out with identifying some bushes and giving some advice? We have not seen this garden in full bloom and are yet to move in to the property but would like a head start. Can you identify any of these bushes?
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  2. Graham B

    Graham B Gardener

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    I'm afraid we're going to need better resolution and closer shots!

    The only thing that's actually recognisable are daffodils. The blue things are probably grape hyacinths, only because it's a bit early for regular hyacinths or bluebells. Probably bamboo at the back, although it could be a small weeping willow from the picture.

    Basically, if we can't make out a leaf or flower in the picture, it's going to be hard to figure out. :scratch:
     
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    • Bad Vlad

      Bad Vlad Apprentice Gardener

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      Fair enough - I will try and do that. Thank you.
       
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        ricky101 Total Gardener

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        Hi,

        Looks a very neat and tidy garden, but do wait at least until late May before changing anything to give those bushes chance to come out in new growth and for other plants emerge from the ground.
         
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