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Plant/Weed ID

Posted: 09/06/2015 at 23:41

Must be slowing down Edd

Plant/Weed ID

Posted: 09/06/2015 at 23:35

The top may be one of the willow herbs

The second is Geranium lucidum

Potatoes that turn to mush when cooked

Posted: 09/06/2015 at 22:10

Some spuds go to mush more easily than others, I've always thought it was down to variety of spud.

See how yours go, maybe the rest of the allotmenteers are poor cooks

A wild flower

Posted: 09/06/2015 at 21:18

It's preference for acid soil explains why it didn't last here.

It was still in a pot but being watered with local tap water

Mystery plant

Posted: 09/06/2015 at 19:55

Sanjy I quarantine stuff that i have doubts about. Separate into the smallest viable pieces and grow on in a pot for the summer. If nothing appears I plant it out.

Jo, I'll try and be more efficient in saving seed generally this year. I was a slacker last year

A wild flower

Posted: 09/06/2015 at 19:50

Not sure that's legume

It might be this http://www.seasonalwildflowers.com/climbing-corydalis.html

known as climbing corydalis.

A wonderful thing, the internet. I had something that looked like that years ago and never did find out what it was. Today I googled white climbing corydalis, and there it was, my plant, and maybe yours?

Search option

Posted: 09/06/2015 at 19:45

I think its best to start a new thread ifyou have a question though.

Otherwise some people will be answering your question and some will be answering the question at the top of the thread. 

Mystery plant

Posted: 09/06/2015 at 18:54

Mine are dwindling. I think their site has become too shady. I must sling some seed somewhere better.

Growing Alliums

Posted: 09/06/2015 at 18:51

Stefan, they don't like clay soil too much, can you mix in some grit for your next try?

and a nice sunny patch, then let them get on with it.

Ronnie, a lot af alliums seed themselves to a point where you wish they'd stop

Some take longer than others to flower from seed and the giant flowered cultivars tend never to be as big in future generations

Mysterious Rhizome

Posted: 09/06/2015 at 18:21

Can say no definitely to white bryony, that has a root like a parsnip.

It doesn't look like a hop plant as I remember them but I haven't seen one lately

Where are you and what sort of soil have you got Marco?

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