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plant id please

Posted: Today at 22:03

they are nice, they just don't know when to stop

I have them in my garden but that's big and wild.

plant id please

Posted: Today at 21:53

The alkanet is more of a bother as it seeds everywhere and has very deep roots which grow back if you leave any behind.

Figwort is relatively easy to remove. Both considered weeds by most people.

Those little alkanets will be fairly easy to remove while small

cosmos,

Posted: Today at 20:56

I think it applies to lots of plants Fishy

Aquilegias, astrantias, mirabilis, antirrhinums for some. 

Weed ID

Posted: Today at 20:18

Looks like feverfew. Have you squeezed the leaves and sniffed? very pungent, no mistaking it

Fed up

Posted: Today at 19:04

there's no future with you and them, get paid then b.......r off and find someone who appreciates you.

What plant is this?

Posted: Today at 18:34

I'll stick with privet

What plant is this?

Posted: Today at 18:25

who said privet?

I think that's the one.

They get enormous, ours was in the phone wires at one stage. 

plant id please

Posted: Today at 18:07

I think the first is figwort

PSEUDOPANAY 'Gold Splash'

Posted: Today at 17:14

It's a cultivar of Pseudopanax lessonii, you could try looking for that. The cultivars will all need the same treatment.

Never tried any of them, I don't think they'd survive here. Nice ones at the Old Vicarage, East Ruston, don't know which species though.

Can you identify these plants?

Posted: Today at 16:28

If it's rhus the stems will be furry. as opposed to blurry which is what happens when I enlarge the photos

Not that i'm in a position to criticise someone else's photography

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a couple of IDs please

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Lots of legs, no ID

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Comfrey, who knows one from t'other

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I just had to share this

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What do I do now

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