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Does it smell of anything with or without rubbing Aubreii and has it got a woody stem at the bottom or is it all green and soft
She can't stop ypu cutting a plant in your garden Vivian
It's probably on a dead stump. It's not honey fungus if that's a concern. Woodland has fungi, it's part of woodland
That was my first thought Mark but it doesn't look quite right.
Not an astrantia though.
I can't tell from the pics but from your description 1. might be wood sorrelhttp://www.woodlands.co.uk/blog/woodland-flowers/white-flowers/wood-sorrel/
2, a bracket fungus, can't get closer than that
We certainly do
Needs the scratch and sniff test. Enlarged it doesn't look like sage or fat hen but I haven't a better suggestion
I've just been out to look at my snowberry and it looks nothing like that
It could be something uncommon. people grow some very unusual shrubs.
No harm at all Bav Some posters will be responding to the original post from 2 years ago, not yours. Always best to start a new thread to avoid that.
This might help with the differences
Big purple spathes, beautiful to the eye, not to the nose.
Passiflora will produce thinnish stems, leaves with lobes like fingers on a hand and tendrils to climb.