Bamboogie


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Wish list for seed and plant swap

Posted: Today at 17:38

Oh excellent! I'll write a list of stuff I'll be dividing. i'll go and see if there's any seeds worth collecting tomorrow

Wish list for seed and plant swap

Posted: Today at 17:20

Wow this is a great idea! I'll have loads of perennials and grasses to divide next spring. People are welcome to come and collect if nearby/passing through, ivybridge, Devon. 

What's the star in your garden right now

Posted: Today at 17:01

Thanks artjak, it's a bit of a jungle! The other half wants to clear half of out, but I'm an unashamed plant collector!

Busy, that dahlia is stunning! I would like more of them, but no more room!

What's the star in your garden right now

Posted: Today at 11:18

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 1. Unknown aster! Is about 6ft tall jet black stems, I got it at the national gardens in Wales but lost the label, doh!

2. Calamagrostis grass, so beautiful in autumn light.

3. Crinum powellii album, smells heavenly!

4. White astrantia still flowering.

5. Unknown canna, was meant to be 'black knight', foliage is right colour,but flower is orange not red! I still like it though!

Plant ID please

Posted: Yesterday at 20:39

Looks like hesperantha

plant name

Posted: Yesterday at 20:31

First one is a perennial Helianthus. The little tree is Robinia pseudoacacia 'twisty baby'.

Mystery French plant

Posted: Yesterday at 07:33

It's Lantana camara, bedding plant commonly available. Needs winter protection ( bring indoors).

Can you identify this plant?

Posted: 17/09/2014 at 23:03

foilage looks like crinodendron hookerianum, if those flower buds grow into the lanterns, then maybe it's that....

Calling all tree/maple experts

Posted: 16/09/2014 at 20:43

Not an acer, try liquidambar styraciflua.

Can You Identify This Flower For Me Please??

Posted: 14/09/2014 at 21:36

Hoya bella

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Lobelia Tupa gall?

Anyone seen this before? 
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Chelsea Flower Show

Why the cane Monty? 
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The beauty of nature

Perfect timing! 
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Astrantia major

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