A couple of plant I.D's please

Jack 3Jack 3 Posts: 360

Hello All.

It's such an exciting time in the garden, especially since this is my first spring in this garden. Little things are popping up all over. I was wondering if anyone could help me to identify these please.










  • SwissSueSwissSue Posts: 1,447

    Don't know the first one, but someone will.

    2) is a primrose

    3) is vinca, possibly vinca major

  • 1. Is a sedum 

    2. Is a native primrose

    3. really annoying can't remember the name but it's a lovely one! Think it begins with v


  • Oh Swiss sue yes vinca major ppphhheeewwww

  • FairygirlFairygirl Posts: 19,728

     The first pic is a Sedum or Iceplant  Jack. The second is the native primula which is lovely, much nicer than the brightly coloured Polyanthus I think. And Vinca for the third, as stated already

  • Jack 3Jack 3 Posts: 360

    Thank you all! I just looked up Sedum and now recognise it. This new growth is growing out of the base of the woody bit from last year. Those Native Primrose are coming up all over which is nice. The Vinca is really beautiful also.

    Thanks again everyone.

  • Your welcome and enjoy your pretty specimens especially the sedum

  • Jack 3Jack 3 Posts: 360

    Thank you Stacey!

  • Orchid LadyOrchid Lady Posts: 5,800

    I'm impressed with myself because I knew the last 2 image I have a Sedum too and was going to out a pic to ID it so thanks Stacey image Is it called ornamental cabbage as it's common name or is that something else (I think that's what my mum said it was but can't remember?).

    i think I need to buy a vinca major image

  • artjakartjak Posts: 4,168

    Vinca do very well in shady areasimage

  • Orchid LadyOrchid Lady Posts: 5,800

    Perfect reason to buy one then artjak, thanks for pointing that out image

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