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That's very interesting DW.
I don't think this will be a plant I know but with those photos it should be obvious to someone who does know it.
Have you spoken to anyone at T&M about it? You did say it came from T&M didn't you?
Mines on its run down period, no doubt about it
Never mind, I can still play in the garden even if I can't remember what I planted where
You don't want your head done in bekkie
My Graham Thomas is about to have a second flush. The first flush is now red berries.
I think Impatiens as well. Possibly Impatiens balsamina
It is yes , Spirea douglasii,
I couldn't bring the name up to the front of the brain
I've yet to find a spirea that pleases me. Not that I've looked very hard
Hi Phiilppa, it's an achillea. No particular variety, probably a seedling and not far off the wild. I can still see a remnant of the yellow in there though
The black insect is really very small Fairy. The butterfly is small, not much more than common blue size
Not quite KEF
I know what it isn't
Though it does look familiar. When this was first posted someone suggested cuttings of hydrangea. It does look more like a pair of cuttings than a seedling to me.
DW, (I can't call you Dimwit)
If you can get a photo of the stems and roots of this it might help Catherine.
I've got some C.coum with very silvery round leaves. Their babies look nice in grass. But I usually rescue them and put them somewhere cyclamen safe