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nutcutlet

Q for Quercus robur and all the querci (or quercuses)

And all those cultivars called Queen something or other

Busy-Lizzie

Rudbeckia, perennial and annual, and garden equipment - rake. I'm growing this r this year.

http://www.benary.com/article-images/rudbeckia-hirta-prairie-sun-u9060-12.jpg

 Prairie Sun

 

Thank you Bev.  Spot on

GillyL

Ranunculus,rheum ,rhododendron,ribes ,robinia and a Really good sunny day!.

chicky

Roses, roses, roses, roses ! Love them all

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GillyL

Do I gather you like roses Chicky?

chicky

My fave !  I'm a Rachel de Thame girl at heart !! (can she be another "R"??)

GillyL

Would,nt it be fun to be able to name your own rose? I think "Gorgeous Gilly" sounds rather good.

Try some roses chicky.  ( envious, can't grow roses here)

Rhubarb....luverly.  

Regale lilies for their scent. Runner beans. 

nutcutlet

 two plants I love but have to keep starting again from seed; 

Ragged Robin- too dry and Rehmannia elata - too cold


 


 

Dovefromabove

Rodgersia http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.kevockgarden.co.uk/plantlist/media/rodgersia_podophylla_autumn.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.kevockgarden.co.uk/plantlist/rodgersia_aesculifolia.htm&h=292&w=440&sz=20&tbnid=X8GpixKKowBGwM:&tbnh=90&tbnw=136&zoom=1&usg=__LpkZRvbI9Oxi3AVo6MFwrangzBA=&docid=nPg0DSt7G66ZIM&sa=X&ei=--mVUaPcHeXI0AXVm4CYBg&ved=0CF4Q9QEwBA&dur=2964 Our soil's too dry for it and we don't have the space, but I'd love to have it.  

I grew it once before - it's fantastic 

artjak

Radishes

Same to you Artjak......

Salino

...I like Rehmannia's very much... - Chinese foxglove...

...Rhododendron 'Percy Wiseman'.... whoever he was,  I hope he was a nice enough gentleman as this is such a pretty little plant...  it's a couple of weeks behind this year...

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-ilusJXiVVXg/UZZc73FpCKI/AAAAAAAAA00/_4iNooHSZ00/s640/Rhododendron%2520%2527Percy%2520Wiseman%2527.JPG

 

 

Matty2

A clematis - Rehderiana - lovely dripping cowslip typ flowers with a slight scent. had it in my magnolia in my old house and looked great.

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Busy-Lizzie

Have we got to S yet? No one has said anything for a few days. I'll start with Salvia, there are so many different varieties, and Stachys Grandiflora, I have one in my garden in this photo, purple foreground.


 Not the photo I was looking for! But it's in the front of this one too.

The potty gardener

Sanvitalia- another I am trying to grow from seed for the first time this year.

Sunflower

Sweetpeas, which even I can grow from seed.

GillyL

Sweet William,so many mixes of colour,it may be old fashioned.but it always reminds me of my Grans garden and I love it.

artjak

Scorzonera, salad veg, savory, winter or summer, spinach; harvested some leaves for the juicer this morning, will harvest some more to be steamed with some trout.