Solved what plant is this please

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  1. Ned

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      OK Tetters...had another close look...Geum.
       
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        Sounds like you need straightening Tetters [​IMG]...in what way god knows [​IMG]
         
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        Hi @alison worrall :sign0016: to GC and nice to have you with us :grphg:

        Start wrighting the names down...as I've always throwed the tags away :dunno:...Big mistake

        thanks..we are going to do a map of the garden and note any plants so identified...some are easy since we just bought them and so far havent forgotten the name
        pansy for instance.:scratch:..the hardest one to remember although my husband does is the zwartkop which is getting a lot of tlc after the beast from the east came..and it was in the conservatory!!...we were away for 3 weeks then
        i think we remember the daisy family but not the names and the clematis similarly
        i assume all heathers are....heathers??
        eventually i think i will get round to asking here and making a note of the name
        thanks
        alison
         
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        • Gail_68

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          Hello Alison,
          Best thing to do regarding naming and also a map :thumbsup:...i'm having to ask the names and put them by the pics as I don't like tags left on my plants:snorky:

          Here's a link that might help your hubby with the care of your zwartkop

          Aeonium 'Zwartkop' | aeonium 'Zwartkop'/RHS Gardening

          Well there's different clematis and names and I have heathers also which have grown lovely in the front garden :yes:
           
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