Register with us or sign in
Yes, you're right to be suspicious. It might do just that. It's been in my garden for years so I think it's hardy. I love it but that great red can be lost unless it's grown hard, (starved in a pot or in not very good soil)
I found the voice tedious. I could only manage a couple of minutes.
You'll have to define plumbago or post a pic. I can think of several plants that are known as plumbago
You're right pansyface
Something in the poplar/willow family do you think?
Looks like Acanthus mollis. It wanders and seeds around
I'm not familiar enough with hibiscus to comment.
I am familiar with tree paeonies and that isn't one.
Perhaps if I look closely at my selfheal I'll find it's more prickly than I thought
Hi Jo, the top one looks like a poppy but the bottom one isn't violet.
Not sure about the bottom one, it's quite prickly to look at. Too prickly for Prunella vulgaris, selfheal, which I thought it was til I enlarged it.
They usually take longer than a year to flower but now is the time to sow them. They need a chill so leave them outside.
can you post a photo pinnypin?