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M167WUM167WU Posts: 8
Hi. There are many plants in my garden and I would really appreciate some help identifying them. Thanks in advance :):) 
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  • bertrand-mabelbertrand-mabel Posts: 2,648
    Too many plants to identify in one go
    Last Aquilega
    1 possible verbascum
    5 possible borage
    8 weiglea
  • Silver surferSilver surfer Posts: 4,709
    Welcome to the forums.
    Agreed...... 13 is too many plants to identify in one go!

    Far easier posted just 3-4 at a time.
    It is actually quite hard to work out the number and add an id...then go back to go next couple.

    Perthshire. SCOTLAND .
  • LynLyn Posts: 23,190
    1 is foxglove 
    3 is toadflax 
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • BorderlineBorderline Posts: 4,700
    6 - Could be Leycesteria Formosa, Himilayan Honeysuckle.
    7 - Cotoneaster shrub
    9 - Maybe Nipplewort, Lapsana Communis
    10 - Cotoneaster shrub
    11 - Betula Pendula, Birch tree.
    12 - Sorbus Aucuparia, Rowan tree.

  • WaysideWayside Posts: 845
    @Borderline regarding 11, the fruit looks like Alder.
  • ButtercupdaysButtercupdays Posts: 4,536
    Number 2 is Stachys lanata (Lamb's ears)
    4 is willowherb (weed)
    5 is not Borage, which has starry flowers, but Green alkanet (weed)
  • Silver surferSilver surfer Posts: 4,709
    edited May 2020
    Wayside said:
    @Borderline regarding 11, the fruit looks like Alder.

     11.  The fruits may look like Alder but the leaves plus catkins say Betula..a birch tree.
    Perthshire. SCOTLAND .
  • DovefromaboveDovefromabove Posts: 87,857
    1. Foxglove

    2. possible Centaurea montana

    3. Liatris aka toadflax. ( item mistaken for but def.  not euphorbia)

    4. 

    5. Green alkanet (dig it out and get all the root. It’s a PITA)

    6. Leycesteria Formosa seedling

    7. Cotoneaster seedling?

    8. Weigelia

    9. Nipplewort ... Lapsana communis 

    10. Same as 7

    11. Birch seedling

    12. Rowan seedling

    13.  Aquilegia

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





  • AsarumAsarum Posts: 657
    4 is an Epilobium species.  Otherwise I agree with Dove.  It's a good thing we've got time on our hands!
    East Anglia
  • JennyJJennyJ Posts: 10,423
    1. foxglove
    2. Lychnis coronaria
    3. Linaria purpurea (purple toadflax)
    4. Maybe a willowherb
    5. ? one of the tall campanulas (one of mine has leaves like that)

    Doncaster, South Yorkshire. Soil type: sandy, well-drained
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