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Lots of IDs.New home. Mystery plants.

norcutt168norcutt168 Posts: 2
These grow in abundance throughout  my yard. If not weeds they'd make nice additions to rock garden.this one has a bit of fuzz on leavesthis one looks like creeping thyme but I could be wrong.just not surethis one is a mass of same plant in one location.looks purposefully plantedrose bush? Has thorns and little pink sprouting at the base.see neglected and over grown.


  • DimWitDimWit Posts: 553
    One might be (wild) purslane. If so, you'll get more alluring cultivars from the GC. Number 6 could well be Geum urbanum (avens), what would explain its multitude.
  • wild edgeswild edges The north west of south east WalesPosts: 7,508
    Jacobs ladder?

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  • norcutt168norcutt168 Posts: 2
    I think  jacobs ladder is a match.thank  you.Dimwit,what do u mean , cultivators from GC?
  • DimWitDimWit Posts: 553
    There are beautiful varieties of purslane you can find at garden centres;

    wild purslane flowers are tiny and insignificant, the plant is just a nuisance.
  • josusa47josusa47 Posts: 3,532
    Pinch and sniff; if it's thyme it will be aromatic.
  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 19,888
    I think they are all weeds, that’s not Jacobs ladder. 
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • ObelixxObelixx Vendée, Western FrancePosts: 27,581
    Cultivar - not cultivator.  A version of a plant bred for its superior performance in appearance, foliage, flowers, flavour or dependability depending on what it is and what the growers are looking for.

    Those all look like weeds to me and the soil looks like it needs some serious beefing up with well -rotted garden compost, bought compost and/or well-rotted garden manure.
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  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 19,888
    I think that’s some wild rose with the thorns, definitely rose thorns. 
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

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