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06/06/2013 at 16:54

Hi, we have lots of plants and shrubs that we can't identify. We have managed to find out what many of them are but some are still eluding us. They are probably really common and embarassingly easy to identify.. but not to me! 

 

Can anyone help? 

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/24948.jpg?width=277&height=350&mode=max

 

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/24949.jpg?width=277&height=350&mode=max

 

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/24950.jpg?width=518&height=350&mode=max

 

06/06/2013 at 16:58

Bottom one looks like some kind of azalea to me....or small rhododendron type thing?

06/06/2013 at 17:07

The first one looks a bit like Physocarpus -maybe Darts Gold

06/06/2013 at 17:15

The middle one is Eleagnus ebbingeii. Lovely scented flowers in autumn

06/06/2013 at 17:16

The second one is Elaeagnus x ebbengei. I think Lilylouise is right by saying it's Ph. opulifolius 'Darts gold'.

06/06/2013 at 17:42
06/06/2013 at 17:44

Wow! You lot are clever Looking at more google images of the 1st and 2nd I'd say they are exactly what they are. 

 

As for the 3rd pic, the pink flowered one, the plant is really small, about 18 inches high in total with small flowers about the size of a penny... if that helps.

06/06/2013 at 18:54

I don't think its currant blueboots. Think Lilylouise was right.

07/06/2013 at 12:15

Time will tell ))

15/06/2013 at 10:09

Its flowered. Definately Physocarpus! So pretty

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/25565.jpg?width=277&height=350&mode=max

 

15/06/2013 at 10:49

I would say the 3rd one is an azalea. The sudden taller growth out of the top is puzzling. I wonder if it is from the original root stock as opposed to the dwarfing one the plant must have been grafted on.

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