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A few plant ID's if anyone can help...

Posted: Yesterday at 23:03

2. Lysimachia ciliata 'Firecracker'

3 an alchemilla, possibly A alpina 

Please could you help Identify this plant?

Posted: Yesterday at 23:00

Hi GD

It look slike Lysimachia punctata but that's inclined to be invasive and you say this one hasn't even clumped up yrt

A new small flowering plant ID, please.

Posted: Yesterday at 17:43

Yes, Clarkia, now Godetia

Or is the other way round

Unique

Posted: Yesterday at 14:04

There may have been years ago but intensive agriculture has wiped out all but a few nettles, hogweed and cow parsley

Grow Wild - Campaign to get UK people to grow more native wild flowers

Posted: Yesterday at 13:58

There's a lot of confusion about growing wildflowers and people pass on bits of it without understanding.

If you grow wildflowers in grass in very fertile soil the grass will overwhelm the flowers.

If you grow wild flowers on their own in fertile soil they will grow well.

New raised beds, clumpy soil, advice please?

Posted: Yesterday at 11:14

Get the lumpy bits up to the top and leave them over winter. rain and frost will break them down.

Clematis "Apple Blossom"

Posted: Yesterday at 10:42

Everything takes time to settle down. This one does its flowering very early and then puts on extension growth. 

Mine covered the entrance to the summerhouse earlier in the year and is hardening off the new growth now.  

Just you wait, pansy face is right off over the fence and further if it gets a chance. I saw it in the garden of a residential home, it had covered an area at least 40 foot long and 20 wide, taken in 4 rotary clothes lines and the fences on all four sides. It was lovely

Pernission to speak SIR!

Posted: 29/07/2014 at 20:57

I knew there was reason I don't have milk

it's all those fat globules, minced up or not

Green Alkanet

Posted: 29/07/2014 at 19:55

Don't let it seed. It's very deep rooted, you may have to resort to glyphosate or something

Pernission to speak SIR!

Posted: 29/07/2014 at 19:32

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