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Samridout92Samridout92 Posts: 95


Images 1 and 3 are same shrub! 

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  • Loraine3Loraine3 Posts: 409
    1 and 3 possibly Japonica, the 'apples'can be used for jelly. Number 2 looks like peony flowers but not with the foliage behind them!
  • Samridout92Samridout92 Posts: 95
    Loraine3 said:
    1 and 3 possibly Japonica, the 'apples'can be used for jelly. Number 2 looks like peony flowers but not with the foliage behind them!
    The foliage is from a different shrub :) these have just appeared! Thank you. 
  • Loraine3Loraine3 Posts: 409
    Yes,I can see the peony foliage now! 
  • Silver surferSilver surfer Posts: 2,920
    edited May 2020
    Loraine3 said:
    1 and 3 possibly Japonica, the 'apples'can be used for jelly. Number 2 looks like peony flowers but not with the foliage behind them!
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    1.Chaenomeles is the full name commonly called Quince or abbreviated to Japonica by some.

    2. Foliage behindPaeonia looks like Syringa...common name lilac.
    Perthshire. SCOTLAND .
  • Samridout92Samridout92 Posts: 95
    Loraine3 said:
    1 and 3 possibly Japonica, the 'apples'can be used for jelly. Number 2 looks like peony flowers but not with the foliage behind them!
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    Blinking curser...
    1.Chaenomeles is the full name commonly called Quince or abbreviated to Japonica by some.

    2. Foliage behindPaeonia looks like Syringa...common name lilac.
    Thank you :) sorry I knew the Lilac. Was after the peony :) just quick. Could I move the peony easy? Is now a bad time? It’s currently in front garden wouldn’t mind it in back garden! 
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