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What have I got here

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 19:55

Might be done for manslaughter KEF, I don't grow veg but I eat it and I don't think it's veg

Grass seed

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 19:51

What's micro clover?

White clover is lovely in lawns, bees love it

What have I got here

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 19:50

Not chard no, I don't grow it but I eat it

What have I got here

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 19:47

me too, I think it will be one of those that I know and just can't get to the front of the brain. 

Someone on the forum a few days ago described their brain as a deep dark cupboard. It's all in there somewhere but you can't find it

That's how mine is

Help for flooded gardens

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 19:44

Lizzie, if you're having ideas I have a boot load ready and awaiting an idea

What have I got here

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 19:42

I'll let it develop a bit and see what happens. Matt, now you've shown me gerbera I realise I have seen them about. I don't think it's a gerbera 

I.D. please?

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 19:38

Maybe have a look through the hanging basket plants at the GC and see if you recognise anything. 

What have I got here

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 19:32
Mattbeer87 wrote (see)

I did edit my post nut, you can get hardy Gerberas which grow very well in the UK as far as I understand.

Would be nice to identify a plant that you dont know!


There's lots of plants I don't know Matt, alpines and  tender exotics for a start, including hardy gerberas


Bob, it looks familiar to me as well, I hope I'm not nurturing another high quality weed


wild cherry, what's up with it

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 19:27

Thanks  Jim. I've always thought virus but couldn't match it with anything. I think it's got to go, it's not really nice to look at any more, although may be because I know it's sick I wanted it out years ago but OH thought it might get cured 

Thanks flowering rose, It's not sterile, or it wasn't, it's more or less stopped flowering now. There probably is competition for moisture etc now.

The trees were all bought together as Prunus cerasus. They're all different though. The one on the right has large cherries, black and sweet if the pigeons let them develop. The sick one was OK in fruit but not as good. The one on the left, not so sweet but still large. They are close together. 20years ago I didn't know how big a wild cherry grew. We can afford to lose one

It may remain a mystery.

 No more tree surgery til next winter now though. I've had more than enough of shredding.

I.D. please?

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 19:10

It's too rigid for a pasque flower.

All the artemesias  have a strong scent to their leaves (at least I think they all do, all the ones I've grown). Has it got that?

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