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I have a few more I cant identify please help, I would like to know how to look after them image






The pic above gets a white flower



this one above gets a red flower



this pic above get a lilac flower


 The one above had small red flowers on tall stems


they are quite tall with soft stems to the base, the leaf is below



 thanks for your help image




  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 27,354

    I'd say

    1 a rudbeckia, probably one of those grown as annuals

    2 a sedum

    3 maybe weigela

    The one with the lilac flower could be hibiscus

    The last is in the mallow family a pic of the shape of the whole plant might help


    In the sticks near Peterborough
  • thanks image

    I'll get another pic of the full plant and post back

  • LynLyn Posts: 23,074

    3 is a Philadelphus

    5 could be Hibiscus


    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • 1,is Rudbeckia

    2,is Sedum

    3, ?

    4, is Cistus ( rock rose )

    5, is Hibiscus

    6, ?

    7, looks like Sidilacia, sorry about spelling.

  • LynLyn Posts: 23,074

    Is that furry leaf cistus, it's not like mine?

    6 ,I have had that, it grows a tall stem with a little red daisy like flower, something wild, just can't think of the name, 

    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • There are different types of Cistus  some are furry leafed and silver grey colour and some are rough leaved and green.

  • wow I checked pictures on these and they look exactly the same, I also see how they should look so I will spend some time giving them some TLC image

  • Could no 4 be Stachys?

    No 5 might be Aconitum - purple hooded flowers?

    No 6 might be Knautia Macedonia - long thin stems

    Agree about the Sidalcea, Rudbeckia and Sedum

  • Number 3 could be a Deutzia 

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