BobTheGardener


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Plant ID

Posted: 13/03/2017 at 18:30

It might be a flowering current which is purely a decorative shrub, such as Ribes aureum or Ribes sanguineum.

Blind snowdrops

Posted: 12/03/2017 at 19:53

Plant them all - this often happens with bulbs during their first year.  Next year they will almost certainly all flower.

Another plant ID!

Posted: 12/03/2017 at 19:02

Might be Kerria japonica.

Wanted: A Tall Wall Climber

Posted: 12/03/2017 at 18:35

One of the Montana clematis' is something to consider.  If the wall is yours then I would put up a supporting wire framework to support whichever climbers you choose.

What are these?

Posted: 12/03/2017 at 17:29

That's looking very positive - true Morels are indeed hollow:


http://www.mushroom-appreciation.com/morel-mushroom.html#sthash.lMul4Bb4.dpbs


But I echo what Dove said;  Get an expert to confirm.

Last edited: 12 March 2017 17:29:50

What are these?

Posted: 12/03/2017 at 17:11

They look like Morels, possibly the most sought after of edible mushrooms:


http://www.wideopenspaces.com/10-tips-hunting-morel-mushrooms-pics/


Be careful though as there is the False morel which is toxic:


http://www.mushroom-appreciation.com/false-morel.html#sthash.D4pQ76Tk.dpbs

mystery plant

Posted: 12/03/2017 at 16:49

And me - I pull a few dozen up every single time I go into the garden.  It's PITA!

What's growing in with my asters?

Posted: 12/03/2017 at 16:45

Thirded!

Can you help identify these plants please?

Posted: 12/03/2017 at 14:23

1) Looks like sweet rocket - definitely worth keeping.


2) Looks like foxglove seedlings (on the left) and something else I can't think of right now.


3) Not sure but could be one of the willowherbs - I'd probably have that one out as it looks sick anyway.


4) Geum.  If you didn't plant any geums, it will be Geum urbanum (aka wood avens), the invasive weed variety.  You could leave it - if it grows small yellow flowers it is the weedy variety and you can hoik it out sharpish!


You can transplant the foxglove sedlings to somewhere you want them to flower next year.


Last edited: 12 March 2017 14:25:39

Wisteria

Posted: 12/03/2017 at 10:28
Obelixx says:

Great minds Bob?


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