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Discussion in 'Other Plants' started by Gail_68, Feb 25, 2018.

  1. Gail_68

    Gail_68 Guest

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    As you know the tags get throwed away and I would like the name of these as I have several colours...lovely in show :)

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    Here's another one in (Yellow / Red)

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    Upsydaisy Keen Gardener

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    Hi @Gail_68 ,the first one could be a Emerald Gold Euonymus, but it's difficult as I can't clearly zoom in.
     
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    • pete

      pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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      If that is flowers??
      It could be some kind of dwarf broom.
       
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        Yes! :bigthumb:I couldn't make out if there were flowers either.
         
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          @Hi @Upsydaisy Sorry it's not Emerald Gold Euonymus and I haven't got a pic any closer and the yellow is the flower, same on the other pic :)
           
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            Hi @pete It's the actual flowers mate they spread all over the plant when they come out in april / may :)
             
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            Despite the photo not being that clear I reckon it's a very good guess @pete. If they are dwarf Brooms the plants should produce lots of seed pods which will eventually turn almost black and split open. Broom is usually quite sort lived and unfortunately doesn't respond very well to being pruned in my experience.
             
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              @pete Just looked up Dwarf Brooms and your correct mate...this pic is off the net but identical to the plant without flowers and when they're starting to flower plus the pods do nearly turn black as @silu as mentioned but you do have a great show with them :cheers: mate :)

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              Hi @silu I've always trimmed mine and they've been ok and last year I had to thin them out a bit as they was growing wide covering the garden lights...I have 5 in total across the decking front. :)
               

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