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id the plants in my garden!

Here's a big one for you all! 

Loads of plants/shrubs/trees to identify! 

I'm new to gardening and I'm not all that good at matching illustrations/photos in books to the real thing!

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2. This one has some amazing Tall stalky type flowers come August.

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 3. This one is covered in thorns and I believe had some sort of Orange berry during summer. 

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 5. Amazing looking tree!

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6. Have a couple of these, Some bigger than others biggest been is a small tree with berries.

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8. I believe is a climber although this one has nothing to climb up bar a low fence!

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9. Have loads of these large leafed low lying plants, They flowered over winter!

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 10. Large Grass.

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11. My Favorite! Lovely looking flower!

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12.Neighbours bush peeping through, Amazing bright flowers, Squirrels love it and there are Yellow fruits on them by august/September.

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13. Low lying plant

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  • fidgetbonesfidgetbones Derbyshire but with a Nottinghamshire postcode. Posts: 16,456

    1. Hydrangea

    2. Kniphofia  aka red hot poker

    3. Rosa rugosa

    4. Honesty

    5. Flowering cherry

    6.Hawthorn

    7 Pieris

    8Honeysuckle

    9.Bergenia

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    11. iris

    12 Chaenomeles or flowering quince

     

  • CeresCeres Posts: 2,149
    Okay. Not sure about 1 but it could be a hydrangea. 3 is a rosa rugosa, 4 is honesty, 6 is hawthorn, 7 looks like a pieris, 8 is a honeysuckle, 9 is bergenia, 11 is an iris, 12 looks like a flowering quince.
  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 48,902

    3 is a dog rose - the  berries are the hips which follow the flowers.

    4 is a Campion

    6 is Hawthorn

    7 is a Pieris

    8 is Honeysuckle

    9 is Bergenia

    11 is an Iris

    12 is Quince (Chaenomoles)

    13 is Caltha ( Marsh Marigold)

    Will come back to the others if someone else doesn't get them. Making dinner just now! image

    It's a place where beautiful isn't enough of a word....


  • Wow! That was quick! 
    Thank you so much! 
    Now I can look at how best to care for them!

    12. Is a Quince! I was told last year but forgot!

  • Orchid LadyOrchid Lady Posts: 5,800

    I'm getting better, I guessed 5 and got 1 wrong.....not telling you which one though LOL image

    They are very quick on here Luke, far quicker than me as I am still learning too, which is why I just play a little guessing game of my own to see how many I get before looking at the answer image

  • 4thPanda4thPanda Posts: 4,145

    Do we know what type of Hydrangea no 1 is? I love the purple/green leaves image

  • Orchid LadyOrchid Lady Posts: 5,800

    I do too Panda, I didn't get that one and had to go back and look as it isn't typically Hydrangea looking, very pretty though image

  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,845

    10 looks like Carex pendula

    13 looks smaller than caltha, I think it may be celendines

  • Pipsie71Pipsie71 Posts: 4

    I agree with nut cutlet 10 is carex pendula and 13 is probably lesser celandine 

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