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Plant (s) ID please

I'd be grateful if someone could tell me the names of these two plants.
The top one is fairly knew but the lower has been in the garden for years - and seems to spread.
Thanks
Paul



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  • PalustrisPalustris Posts: 3,339
    One of the myriad types of Euphorbia.
  • Many thanks Palustris, much appreciated.
  • herbaceousherbaceous E. BerksPosts: 1,852
    It's possible @Fairygirl can help with the second one 'cos it looks like the moss you get in the west of Scotland?  Or it could just be me having a senior moment and remembering the landscape totally wrongly!
    Haven't been anywhere for over four months but I'm here and I'm mostly happy
  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 31,523
    The second one looks like a Euporbia as well.  :)

    We get plenty of moss @herbaceous, but I'd be slightly worried if it looked like that!  :D
    It's a place where beautiful isn't enough of a word....


  • herbaceousherbaceous E. BerksPosts: 1,852
    Trouble is @Fairygirl everything looks different when you're young! Oh and when your eyesight was better and the memory  :s   Just ignore me @powderworks I'm having a bad day.
    Haven't been anywhere for over four months but I'm here and I'm mostly happy
  •  herbaceous said:
    Just ignore me @powderworks I'm having a bad day.
    :/ Thanks for your Sunday rant herbaceous ;) I know that feeling all too well !
  • Fairygirl said:
    The second one looks like a Euporbia as well.  :)

    Many thanks. BTW - I'm just across the border in Cumbria, so not exactly a dry warm part of the country.

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