need help to indentify these

chris1983chris1983 Posts: 7

Hello, back again....image could anyone indentify as to what these 2 are

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 this gives pink flowers in the spring time i think but doesn't last very long

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 this one gets purple ish flowers i think, Thanks in advance

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  • XX Posts: 707

    Hi Chris, not too sure on the top one, type of hebe maybe, someone on here will tell you for definite.  Bottom one is a type of Sedum, bees and butterflies love them, flowers in late summer/autumn.

  • Rodgy-dodgeRodgy-dodge Posts: 117

    top one looks like a rhodoendron, the bottom one looks like a sedum of some sort

  • XX Posts: 707

    Azalea for the top one?

  • LordswoodLordswood Posts: 59

     

    I'm with you Rodgy-dodge. Rhodo and sedum. image

  • fidgetbonesfidgetbones Posts: 11,220

    I'd go with azalea and sedum

    It's not a mess, it's a nature reserve.
  • chris1983chris1983 Posts: 7

    again guys and girls you amaze me with your knowledge, Thank you very much image

  • Rodgy-dodgeRodgy-dodge Posts: 117

    mmmmm I always think Azalea flowers tend to be more clumped together and if you look at the dispensed flower head it looks more like a Rhodii. Also the leaves look quite large and leathery! I may be wrong!

    How do you differentiate a Rhodii from an Azalea? It looks a bit mildewed too! or in need of a good feed

  • SwissSueSwissSue Posts: 1,447

    I agree with above, but judging by the whitish leaves on the rhodo, it looks like it needs a tonic of some sort.

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