Help with photograph A please? 3 plants are marked A B and C
johnandjuliefreeman Posts: 10
Hello everyone. See our previous post as virgin gardeners and new members. We are going to follow the advice given by forum members and will post some photographs to see if the forum can help us identify the plant, what to expect from it perhaps, general management and if we are lucky a status guide giving an opinion on its present condition and what our priority will need to be to save it unless of course you tell us its a weed!! Over to the Detectives!
I agree the twiner with red stems is a honeysuckle.
in the bottom picture the small plant with crinkly leaves is a primrose or polyanthus
Right over on the left hand side is a perennial daisy with white flowers commonly called Shasta daisy it's Latin name is Leucanthemum I think.
ive just seen the ABC! I was also going to say I think the plant to the right of the primula is a dahlia but maybe you knew that already 😄
You can do this simply and cheaply by stretching galvanised wires across the fence or wall behind. Hold it in place with vine eyes and put a tensioner on the end vine eyes or else tighten it by twisting the wire round with your pliers. Vine eyes are just screw with a loop on the end instead of a flat head. They, and the wire, are available in DIY stores.
Plan to put one horizontal wire every 9 to 12 " - 23 to 30cms - up the fence. Once done you can then untangle the stems and twine them around it so you get a layer cake effect going up the fence and onto that trellis too.
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