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I am currently working on a bit of a weekend project with my grandfather to restore his garden to its former glory. It would be a brilliant help if you could identify any of the plants in the following photos.



No photos yet Gerard

all fixed I dont know what happened there they didn't post for some reason


Gladioli in the background, charming child, nasturtiums in the foreground in first pic. Gladys are perennial, nastys self seed; may have to pull some up if they get too thuggish, 2nd pic looks like some kind of Dahlia thingy - outside my field of knowledge.


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Agree with artjak.



Tropaeolum majus.Common name Nasturtiums,or.r_qf.&biw=1920&bih=967&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=qlloUdW9NMKx0AXP44HACw


that is a great help, thank you very much 

That's girlius fragrantissimus

Hello Gerard, agree with artjak.

What a lovely colourful garden, all the old favorites to bring back good memories.

Good luck with the project 


Top photo, top left, looks like pink astilbe. Fern-like foliage and pink plumy floweheads, likes a damp shady corner.

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