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HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 22:45

That is so lovely Dove.

We had a stunning sunset, was it just us or did others get a share?

Need some more id's please!

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 22:41

That just an annual weed LH, sunspurge is its common name. I'd have it out or there'll be thousands next year

http://www.naturespot.org.uk/species/sun-spurge

15.52,  pic 2 and 4 are willowherbs

13.52   pic 2, there are 2 willowherbs on the left

Bittercress is in the 2nd pic of the first set of pictures. White flowers divided leaves.

They'll be with your sowings because they came to the surface when you disturbed the soil

Mutisia decurrens

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 21:56

http://www.rhs.org.uk/Plants/Nurseries-Search-Result?query=11280&name=%3Ci%3EMutisia%20decurrens%3C/i%3E

Plant finder finds everything but only one supplier of the mutisia listed

Are you able to ID this tree / shrub

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 21:52

Looks a bit like a sawn down sweet chestnut

The established Garden.

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 21:36

I like a few nettles Mrs G but they've got a bit out of hand

plant identification

Posted: 05/06/2014 at 21:33

I saw some of those around last year, interesting looking plants. 

We always used to manage with books didn't we

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

Discussions started by nutcutlet

Just look at this seed head

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Last Post: 28/08/2014 at 18:59

I've cleaned out my greenhouse

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Last Post: 20/08/2014 at 08:41

I've got a new butterfly

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Last Post: 12/08/2014 at 20:46

Oddity

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Last Post: 10/08/2014 at 10:04

Knowing when to stop

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Last Post: 24/07/2014 at 08:54

Blackbirds in the mower shed

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Last Post: 04/08/2014 at 10:19

Agapanthus

when shall I put it back in the garden 
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Last Post: 13/07/2014 at 22:35

bee success

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Last Post: 05/07/2014 at 20:49

should be an arisaema

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Last Post: 11/06/2014 at 16:27

A couple of rose questions

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Last Post: 07/06/2014 at 13:48

springwatch

egg laying newts 
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Last Post: 03/06/2014 at 20:10

This year's lodgers

the bats are back and the moorhen is nesting on the pond 
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Last Post: 24/06/2014 at 23:05

Osmanthus layering

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Last Post: 22/04/2014 at 08:31

What have I got here

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Last Post: 27/04/2014 at 11:37

Muntjacs

Noisy b......s 
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Last Post: 28/03/2014 at 05:45
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