London (change)
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12/07/2013 at 13:00

Hi i bought two honeysuckle same labels which were supposedly  lonicera serotina.......  one does not look anything like it to me     ...anyone know what type it is or even if it is a honeysuckle seems it may have been wrongly labeld i think.  It just looks like little white grass ends lol......i have tried to upload a photo but it just keeps saying fake path?

12/07/2013 at 13:22

click on the tree icon top right hand of comments box. upload photo from your desktop

12/07/2013 at 13:26

Hi if anyone could explain in simple terms how to load up pics from my i pad I would be very grateful.

thanks in anticipation.

12/07/2013 at 13:28

 This is what i was trying to show you you can see it is nothing like what it supposed to be and was labeled i bought two  had them a few months other one is not know what this is       and thanks for your reply on uploading fidgetbones it has uploaded ok with firefox wouldnt with explorer


12/07/2013 at 15:30

Passionate, I'm pretty sure you need to upload to a photo site first with Apple devices, so try uploading to Picasa.  This should do it:

Once that is done successfully, you can paste the link into the 'External site' bit when you click the little tree on this site.


12/07/2013 at 16:35

I think Polygonum too. If so and you don't have a big garden with some trees for it to romp over I would get rid of it!!!

12/07/2013 at 19:12

It was growing at rapid speed over the last two weeks.....  we have now had help to get rid of it ...( was hard work in this heat and we lost one of  the clematis too that was growing through it but at least its gone) ..still not sure what it was and cant remember where i got it but the label was on it still and was lonicera serotina which as i said in previous post definately wasnt the case as the other one looked nothing like it or the pic on the card......thanks so much for confirming that i should take it out !    i only have a very small triangular garden  lol .....and a long piece of garden at the front with shrubs and roses in.

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