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Yet another mystery plant

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 21:30

Fennel looks great in a border Mike, I agree. Oregano/marjoram as well. I have thymes along the front of one border but often lose them when they get over-layed

plant identification

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 21:28

Don't try any file that's enormous. I don't know if they would load eventually but they take ages. Even with a smallish file it can be minutes rather than seconds. Though that may be down to our pathetically slow broadband

The established Garden.

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 21:25

I love an overgrown jungle which is fortunate because it's what I've got

I don't mind if some of the plants are considered weeds. The other inhabitants of the garden need them and I prefer to call them wild flowers. 

No sharp edges on the grass (not lawn, too sterile) Plants growing here and there in cracks (and the drive). 

I wouldn't mind a few less stinging nettles, hogweed and goosegrass though

 

"Bug. Hotel"

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 21:03

As long as they can get underneath something that absorbs heat they'll be happy.

I have some black corrugated roofing sheet. Sometimes I find something more interesting than snails under there

HELP!! Idendification Pleeeeeeze....

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 20:40

Might it have seeded itself there?

Plant ID please

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 20:28

I think so

A perennial for a shady, long and very narrow border

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 20:27

How about Geranium cantabrigiensis. A cross between macrorrhizum and dalmaticum. Less likely to hang over the edge as is smaller.

http://www.rhs.org.uk/Plants/92274/Geranium-x-cantabrigiense-Biokovo/Details

http://www.perennials.com/plants/geranium-cantabrigiense-cambridge.html

but don't buy any

Can someone kindly ID this for me please

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 20:09

Mine are roughly as pictured by Red. Some lighter or darker than others

I also have a low growing white one that excellent ground cover for a rough space and lovely blue one that's half way between the other 2 in size. The latter invades but is not so good at beating weeds.

Same old mystery plant, but with a pink clue

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 20:04

I'm with Ll

Underachiever Award

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 19:19

Only 20 year David, it went by in a flash

when I sowed some very old ones I got radishes, lots of them. None of anything else though

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