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Plant ID

Posted: Today at 09:40

Next questions.

Is there any scent to the leaves?

At what time of year are the flowers and are they scented?

What are the flowers like? daisy shape, tubular, fluffy, in clusters or singly?

How big is the shrub? Are we seeing a tiny piece of something big?

and have you got another photo

anyone reconise this plant description? please ?

Posted: Today at 08:35

Of course, I wouldn't know what cannabis looks like

Doronicums for early season succession planting

Posted: Yesterday at 16:05

It's all down to what you like to see in you garden. 

For me the central area has too many different yellows. I like the lupins with the (maybe) Achillea grandiflora.

I had a too many yellows situation a couple of years ago. I had to cull a few stylophorums and corydalis

Doronicums for early season succession planting

Posted: Yesterday at 14:52

D. pardalianches (easy from seed, pic below) can take a later swamp and is quite tall.

Be careful with too many different yellows  they can wipe each other out

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/64047.jpg?width=219&height=350&mode=max

 Also Phlomis russelliana which will stand up through the season and still be there to be decorated by frost.

anyone reconise this plant description? please ?

Posted: 25/11/2014 at 22:13

Have you looked at Veronicastrum Gran?

What are you getting rid of...?

Posted: 25/11/2014 at 20:24

Cinquefoil. Is that potentilla VS?

2nd only to spireas for boring

I think mine will have to go.

Violets

Posted: 25/11/2014 at 19:07

Lovely plants. I noticed I'd got some in flower under the weeds

Identify - Bush / Hedge

Posted: 25/11/2014 at 14:08

I reckon those who voted for camellia get the prize

Lily-of-the-valley where do you grow yours?

Posted: 24/11/2014 at 15:13

No, definitely not Susan.

Not enough, Can't get them to thrive.

But, like Philippa, the Solomons seal goes well.

My mother had a huge patch in shade, her soil was gravelly and like concrete in summer. With hindsight (I wasn't a gardener then) they may not have been brilliant but it was a big patch and they flowered

 

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