New Year's Day 2016 Flower Count

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  • DovefromaboveDovefromabove Central Norfolk UKPosts: 55,467

    Pdoc, you're allowed to post your list late if you bring a note from SWMBO image

    “I am not lost, for I know where I am. But however, where I am may be lost.” Winnie the Pooh







  • YviestevieYviestevie Kingswinford, West MidlandsPosts: 4,870

    Campanula

    Rose Mortimer Sackler

    Rose Claire Austin

    Rose Molineaux

    Rose Pink, don’t know the name

    Viburnum

    Cyclamen

    Clematis Freckles

    Heather

    Mexican fleabane

    Geum (orange don’t know the name)

    Geranium

    Nemesia

    Viola

    Trailing verbena

    Winter honeysuckle

    Acanthus Mollis

    Knautia Thunder and lightening

    Primrose (native)

    Primula pink and purple

    I suspect there are loads more but I cheated and did it from the conservatory windowimage

    Hi from Kingswinford in the West Midlands
  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,041

    records have been broken, the team has been fed and watered

     

    1. Erodium pelargonifolium

    2. Iberis sempervirens

    3. Iris unguicularis

    4. Helleborus x ericsmithii

    5. Jasminum nudiflorum

    6. Oryzopsis millacea

    7. Garrya elliptica

    8. Eleagnus ebingii

    9. Helleborus viridis

    10. Dinthus barbatus

    11. chrysanthemums various

    12. Eccremocarpus scaber

    13. Pulmonaria rubra, 'Blue Ensign' and assorted others

    14. Daffodils

    15. Clematis cirrosa 'Freckles'

    16. Nicotiana mutabilis

    17. Brunnera macrophylla

    18. Hacquetia epipactis

    19. Mahonia x media

    20. Claytonia sibirica

    21. Corylus avellana

    22. Campanula poscharskyana

    23. Campanula persicifolia

    24. Symphytum, small white ground cover

    25. Cornus mas

    26. Meconopsis cambrica

    27. Galanthus nivalis

    28. Daphne laureola

    29. Campanula garganica

    30. Viburnum tinus

    31. Chimonanthus praecox

    32. Viburnum rhytidophyllum

    33. Helleborus orientalis

    34. Corydalis annual white one

    35. Daphne tangutica

    36. Eranthus hyemalis

    37. Mahonia aquifolium

    38. Cyclamen coum

    39. Rosmarinus officinalis

    40. Sacococca confusa

    41. Galanthus 'Lynn'

    42. Viburnum fragrans

    43. Calendula officinalis

    44. Geranuim macrorrhizum

    45. Viburnum bodnantense

    46. Euphorbia wulfenii

    47. Vinca major

    48. Cardamine quinquefolia

    49. Omphalodes verna

    50. Myrrhis odorata

    51. Lonicera fragrantissima

    52. Lonicera purpusii

    53. Forsythia

     

     wild ones

    red deadnettle

    celandine

    Iris foetidissima

    annual meadow grass

    wild plum

    Dog violet

    primrose

    feverfew

    daisy

    Geum urbanum

    groundsel

    nipplewort

    herb robert

    white deadnettle

  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,041

    Tetley's plant id not a mahonia, can you put it up for ID Tetley. It may come to me in a while but not atm

     

    Some very impressive stuff this yearimageimageimage

  • flumpy1flumpy1 Posts: 3,114
    Now take a photo of them all he he : ), only joking, I've only got one plant flowering, don't know if that's because where in the NW : )
  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,041

     flumpy, I have photos of everything.

    I had an easy time, I did the ID, OH took dictation and a friend did the photosimage

     

    I think Tetleys plant is a Sophora,

    ? S. microphylla, not a genus I'm familiar with

  • ElusiveElusive Posts: 992

    Strange stuff this year

    Salvia 'Amistad'

    Jasminum Polyanthum

    Erisymum Bowles Mauve

    Various Cyclamen Persicum varieties

    Various Hellebores

    Viburnum Tinus

    Various Primulas

    Thrift

  • Gardengirl..Gardengirl.. Posts: 3,952

    Nutcutlet that is a record list very long

    Here is my list of plants in flower 

    Polyanthus - mixed colours

    Primrose yellow

    Begonia - white and red, first time I have planted these they have lasted a long time

    Pansy

    Violas

    Dianthus 

    Fuchsia pale pink

    Hebe Lisa - pink flowers

    Snowflakes

    Jasmine

    Cyclamen

    Dwarf wallflower

    Abutilon yellow

    Honeysuckle

    Ageratum

    Euphorbia Rainbow something

    Bellis

    Erysimum bowles mauve

    Hampshire Gardener
  • FritillaryFritillary WiltshirePosts: 445

    I give up. I have tried typing my list twice and lost it both times. So I have 25 plants out in flower. and 5 wild plants. image

    Bit easier this time.image

  • LiriodendronLiriodendron Todmorden, West YorksPosts: 5,330

    Agree Nut - Tetley's plant is a Sophora.  We used to sell it at the local GC.  And did anyone answer WorcesterPark's question?  My bet for that one is Viburnum tinus.

    My own list is a measly 7 (though I do live in wet, cold W Yorks and have a small, shady garden - only 3 recorded last year!)

    Hamamelis 'Arnold Promise'

    Lonicera purpusii

    Arabis ferdinandi-coburgii

    Erysimum 'Bowles Mauve'

    Helleborus orientalis

    Viburnum fragrans

    Daisies in the lawn

     

    "The one who plants trees, knowing that he will never sit in their shade, has at least started to understand the meaning of life."  Rabindranath Tagore
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