Jetmorgan


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Yet another plant ID question

Posted: 01/07/2016 at 17:57

Thanks for that all of you...I do remember my dad giving me some of his Goldenrod so I'll let it flower and if it ain't yellow then up it comes. Hopefully it is Goldenrod as the bees could well do with some extra nectar.

Yet another plant ID question

Posted: 28/06/2016 at 21:03

This has come up in my garden. I don't remember planting it and I've no idea of what it could be. Just want to know if it's something I can pull up or if it's worth leaving in. No flowers yet and no sign of any flowers.



Pulmonaria

Posted: 18/06/2016 at 17:42
B3 says:

Oh well. I'll just have to hope the good ones seed in the right place. I don't l them enough to bother moving them if they're not.


Thanks ladybird


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 I have a lot of a varigated pulmonaria around my garden that self seeds and always comes up as varigated. You'd be more than welcome to have some of mine if you are ever in the Edenbridge, Kent area. I like it as it gives the bees something early in the spring

Plant ID please

Posted: 18/06/2016 at 17:30
greenfingers steve says:

They will reseed and multiply. It's a plants that once it grows in your garden you will never get rid of it, Saying that, it's a cracking perennial for ground cover and will be happy in most soils and aspect


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 Yes I've dug up a couple of other plants that I presume had self seeded so they will get planted somewhere else I think. This one will have to come out at some point when I rebuild the raised flower bed in the back garden but I might be able to put it back once I've finished.

Plant ID please

Posted: 18/06/2016 at 16:23
Ladybird4 says:

Hi there. Your plant is Alchemilla mollis - often known as Lady's mantle.


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many thanks for that Ladybird4...that's now jogged my memory. and nothing to do with mother's in law...perhaps I have a bit of a mother in law fixation!!!

Plant ID please

Posted: 18/06/2016 at 15:51

Had this growing in the garden ever since I moved in 10 odd years ago. I was told what it's name was but for the life of me I can't remember. I have it in the back of my mind that it was something to do with Mother's in Law...mind you it seems a lot of plants are named after mother's in law!!!



Is this one of our stinging nettle plants???

Posted: 23/08/2015 at 18:42

Thanks for all this...all ideas that I can have a look at once I get the bed rebuilt....I'm still undecided if I shall have a small wildlife pond as well...so will have to think of plants that don't mind being near water as well

 

Is this one of our stinging nettle plants???

Posted: 23/08/2015 at 18:15
philippa smith2 wrote (see)

A good plant for the wildlife but spreads happily.  Easy to tell a stinging nettle....just touch it

But aren't there stinging stinging nettles and non-stinging stinging nettles???

What to plug a hole in the garden with???

Posted: 23/08/2015 at 15:27

Thanks for that Gardenning granny and Nanny Beach. My upstairs neighbours have a thornless rambler in there garden over the back door to the rear gardens so I may go for that. My plan is to put a narrow length of trellis  along the top of the window and hanging out so it give a bit of a canopy. I'm not too worried about lack of light coming through the window as I often have the blind down as the sun comes through that window in the afternoon and shines on my kitchen cabinets and mean's It's difficult to watch my TV.

Oh and Jo47 don't worry I'm only 44 and never heard any of Dick Barton, Paul Temple or Journey into Space when they were first broadcast but have discovered them  listening to R4X...and could listen to them over & over again

Is this one of our stinging nettle plants???

Posted: 23/08/2015 at 15:20

Thanks for that Ceres & Gardenning Granny...I pretty sure now it's going to all come out and I'll just have to find something that the butterflies will like

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