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Can anybody give me answers to what these plants are please???


please see the above link and let me know if these are weeds or plants? If they are plants what are they??



  • Silver surferSilver surfer Posts: 4,444

    Sorry Emma your link does not work for me.

    Perthshire. SCOTLAND .
  • Gold1locksGold1locks Posts: 498

    This is the link, but I have failed on every one of them! image 

  • Silver surferSilver surfer Posts: 4,444

    Wow! Thanks Gold!locks.. that worked.

    2. Looks like Brunnera macrophylla.

    3. Looks like Vinca sp.

    Perthshire. SCOTLAND .
  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 27,158

    1, a sycamore

    2, green allkanet

    3 vinca

    4, 5 assorted seedlings, can't identify all those but some look familiar

    8 another sycamore

    Sorry, can't do the bulbs or the grass

    In the sticks near Peterborough
  • Thanks guys I'm going to research some of them. My garden was a jungle when I moved in but I have transformed it and saved what I thought were plants. This is my first garden so I have no Clue. Are any of them weeds? The grass like plants are unusual as its defiantly not normal grass.

  • BagzBagz Posts: 38

    could the grass like ones be Crocosmia lucifer?  Look similar to mine at the moment

  • When you say sycamore do you mean the tree?! As I just researched this and it looks different 

  • I did sprinkle wild flower seeds. Decoupled this be the grassy stuff??? Would anyone recommend wild flowers or to stay clear???

  • This could be the grassy stuff

  • FairygirlFairygirl Posts: 52,097

    The 'grassy stuff' looks like crocosmia to me (flowers late summer, orange flowers if it's the common one but might be a named variety)but there seems to be a few other things growing in among it too. (pic 6)

    When nut says sycamore -yes that's what they look  like Emma- seedlings of maple trees. If that's what they are I'm afraid they grow into rather big trees! The 9th pic seems to have forget-me-nots (the little blue flowers) in amongst it-the strappy leaves could be lily turf which is like a big Muscari (grape hyacinth) or it could be an Allium of some kind (onion-but probably an ornamental one!)image

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

    I live in west central Scotland - not where that photo is...
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