Identification/ What’s that plant?
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Started by Synycom 4 months ago
Two in my garden. Trawl of hundreds of blue flowers on Internet but none match this with these leaves and unusual flower pods. Flowers most hang down ...
carolb
remove this Last replied to by carolb 4 months ago
I have it now your plant is  🙂 Nicandra physalodes (shoo-fly plant) https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=538
Keyleigh Alice
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Started by Keyleigh Alice 2 years ago
Are these easy to grow for cut flowers? I loved the ones I got for my birthday and want to try and grow them.  Any advice would be great... thanks KA
Florexpert
remove this Last replied to by Florexpert 2 years ago
Hi Keyleigh Alice,These are Dutch Irises, used mostly as cut flowers and discarded thereafter.However if you plant them ...
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Started by Dahl 2 years ago
Saw this online
Rosyposy
remove this Last replied to by Rosyposy 2 years ago
Hi FlorexpertI've looked on google at aeonium. I think you're right.... I think it's a variety of Aeonium and it's not d...
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Started by Holly Taylor 2 years ago
Hi,I am having trouble trying to identify this plant.  I came across it in my garden and someone said it may be a honeysuckle, but I don't know if th...
remove this Last replied to by Doris 2 years ago
I agree with Florexpert - looks like winter beauty to me - I have one by my front door, smells nice in the winter and at...
gardengirl
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Started by gardengirl 2 years ago
Looks like brunnera Jack Frost to me. Lovely versatile plant, great Forget-me-not type flowers in spring and silvery foliage most of the year, sun or...
Rosyposy
remove this Last replied to by Rosyposy 2 years ago
Thanks Gardening_Graham. Mystery solved - I had no idea which pic gardengirl was talking about!! Doh!I like the look of...




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