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steveTusteveTu Posts: 3,124

1.
Geranium - but how can you tell which type? I had this marked as a 'johnsonii' - but how can you tell the difference between the 'blue' ones?

UK - South Coast Retirement Campus (East)

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  • steveTusteveTu Posts: 3,124

    2.
    Oddly, I think this has cropped up on another thread - is this

    Lysimachia punctata L

    it spreads like wildfire again - from what appear to be tuba like thingies just under the surface.


    UK - South Coast Retirement Campus (East)
  • steveTusteveTu Posts: 3,124
    3.
    I think this is a fruit tree of some sort - cherry, plum..something like that as we had a phase of growing from stones. It's over 5 years old and hasn't flowered or fruited.
    Stupidly it wasn't marked when planted, so I've no idea as to what it is!


    UK - South Coast Retirement Campus (East)
  • steveTusteveTu Posts: 3,124
    4.
    Another stone grown fruit tree (as is the next) I think.

    UK - South Coast Retirement Campus (East)
  • steveTusteveTu Posts: 3,124

    5.
    Last of the 'fruit trees'. They (3-5) are all over 5 years old, no flowering or fruiting (not that I'm expecting that - just nothing else to ID them apart from bark and leaves). This one looks a bit unhealthy this year.

    UK - South Coast Retirement Campus (East)
  • steveTusteveTu Posts: 3,124

    6.
    Finally - this shrub. It stands over 3 metres (probably a metre across) - and has these amazing white/yellow flowers that appear (on old wood?) every spring.



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  • DovefromaboveDovefromabove Posts: 87,891
    No. 6 is a Philadelphus 

    Gardening in Central Norfolk on improved gritty moraine over chalk ... free-draining.





  • punkdocpunkdoc Posts: 14,965
    1. Geranium magnificum Rosemoor [ probably ]
    2. Agree
    6. Agree with @Dovefromabove
    Fruit trees, no idea.
    How can you lie there and think of England
    When you don't even know who's in the team

    S.Yorkshire/Derbyshire border
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