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3 might be phygelius
When I click on 2,3 and 4 to enlarge I get photo one which is too blurred to ID.
Any chance of some clearer photos?
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Ist photo houttuynia flower buds, is that a photo of the plant in question?
In my memory the original photos were much taller but maybe I misjudged the scale
Any chance of few more photos. I can no longer access the ones you put on before (don't know why) but I don't think they were pictures of houttuynia cordata
Dracunculus vulgaris Dragon arum. The smell doesn't last long, once it's attracted the flies for pollination it goes away
I'm near Peterborough, Tetley. Where are you?
Field Maple and Scots Pines are the stars here, a bit dry for birch, they go brown in a dry summer
I used to have three, Five germinated but I gave the other two away. I like them but I think maybe tough natives are what my garden needs.
I have 2 metasequoias. They grew quickly in the early stages but I shall have to do a rescue hack of other trees if I want to keep them
That's what it looks like to me. It's got a softer look than yew and the bark is different