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ElmozElmoz Posts: 30
edited September 2020 in Plants
Got 3 plants here:
Any ideas? 


  • B3B3 Posts: 21,475
    Your links aren't working.
    Click on the icon that looks like a mountain and follow the instructions.😊
    In London. Keen but lazy.
  • rachelQrtJHBjbrachelQrtJHBjb South BucksPosts: 805
    The links worked for me and some of the plants looked familiar, but I can't name them. Sorry.
  • tui34tui34 Béziers, Herault, FrancePosts: 1,966
    Hello - I could view them too. I thought the third one looked like Agastache. I have one that is orange. Grows quite high - 1m50.
    A good hoeing is worth two waterings.

  • Is plant one a type of cotton lavender?
  • ElmozElmoz Posts: 30
    Is plant one a type of cotton lavender?
    I don't think the foliage is quite right for that, plus it hasn't flowered at all. Got all those plants in June. The white one has only just started to flower this month.
    @tuikowhai I thought agastache were quite tall plants? This one seems very low growing.
  • LiriodendronLiriodendron Scariff, County Clare, IrelandPosts: 7,439
    I wonder if no.3 is Lithodora...
    "The one who plants trees, knowing that he will never sit in their shade, has at least started to understand the meaning of life."  Rabindranath Tagore
  • ElmozElmoz Posts: 30
    edited September 2020
    I wonder if no.3 is Lithodora...
    Possibly ringing a bell! All the plants came from a Secret Gardening Club Mystery box without labels. I see there's already a thread on here where it didn't get great feedback!
    Lithodora diffusa 'heavenly blue' - stunning colour! If that's what it is, I can't wait to see them!
  • pansyfacepansyface PEAK DISTRICT DerbyshirePosts: 20,131
    I can’t get the links to work, but this is Heavenly Blue and yes, it really is that colour. I have it in some fairly acid soil and it’s a bit of a spreader.

    Apophthegm -  a big word for a small thought.
  • BorderlineBorderline Posts: 4,638
    I also think first photo is Cotton Lavender, Santolina Chamaecyparissus.

    The middle and bottom photo might be Hyssopus Officinalis. 
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