Looks like Primula sp.
It is a Weigela.
Possibly Weigela florida Versicolor.
Jacaranda....A fabulous tree for hot counties.
Sadly it will never survive a British winter outside and you will never get it large enough or get enough sun/heat to ripen the wood to get flowers.
At best you can keep it going indoors until you have no more room for it. or it dies.
Last edited: 03 October 2017 14:16:04
I agree that the leaf shapes are very similar...however I think you will find that the light areas of the leaves for Arum italicum always follow the veins. See...
Plantnut...your leaf shows random splashes of white.
Compare this to Zantedeschia albomaculata leaves which are different in the markings.
Last edited: 03 October 2017 08:53:27
OK. A pic to show the fruits might have helped with id.
Small fruits...try to cut one in half...round the equator.
If it has a stone in the centre it will be a plum, cherry, sloe ...Prunus sp.
Might it be a cherry plum..Prunus cerasifera?
It could be a crab apple.
If it looks like this inside...
Then it is a crab apple...Malus sp?
Last edited: 02 October 2017 09:36:08
1. Kerria japonica.
2. Looks like Crocosmia.
Last edited: 01 October 2017 21:50:18
Prunus padus leaf veins are different from those shown by Leighwarner.
Note the scalloped veins parallel ,near leaf edge.
Last edited: 01 October 2017 20:36:51
Suspect damson or plum would be a better match.
Odd ....half my message vanished from above.
At this time of year it would be full of small round fruit..sloes.
I think it is Prunus sp...but would not like to say which one.
Last edited: 01 October 2017 19:17:51
The leaves of Prunus spinosa are actually quite small.
Quote wiki...."The leaves are oval, 2–4.5 centimetres (0.79–1.77 in) long and 1.2–2 centimetres (0.47–0.79 in) broad, with a serrated margin."
The main feature is the thorns which I cannot see. See link...
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