One of the Lavateras, Tree Mallows
Dovefromabove says:Himalayan balsam doesn't have white sap. However that pic does bear some resemblance to it.Last edited: 17 June 2017 23:07:54See original post
Himalayan balsam doesn't have white sap. However that pic does bear some resemblance to it.
Last edited: 17 June 2017 23:07:54
good, I thought I would have remembered that. It was only those bits of red root that brought it to mind. I think this will be a tricky one due to the limp state of the specimens
ERICS MUM says:The red things might be berriesSee original post
The red things might be berries
the red things will be berries if they're not chopped off
I thought it might be but was put off by the white sap. I haven't handled any lately but don't remember that
have we got a photo posting problem again? I thought that was fixed
Time it was on solid food. It can't live on water for long
if they're around the flowers they won't be there long.
I can see them Jo, they're hypericums, Hidcote or similar style
I have heardthat bees like a large area of flowers to send their mates to so it may be down to what else is there
i like to see shrubs growing in a more natural shape rather than being given a shave all round and making a blob
i think it's a cotoneaster