out of choice i would not have, crocosmia (spelling?) lilac, nasturtiums, forsythia ( i think its called that, yellow flowered woody stemmed bush) they all give me bad memories of childhood.....
Lots. that pink and white willow ?Flamingo
Dahlias, except a few of the species ones
Dip dyed heathers
gazanias and anything that looks like them
Huge flowered fuchsias, I like the more refined versions
Tree ferns, except where tree ferns grow naturally
Anything trained like a lollipop
That'll do for now
THERE ARE LOTS OF PLANTS THAT I DON'T LIKE. QUITE A LOT OF THEM ARE IN MY GARDEN.
THERE IS A PARTICULARLY VICIOUS GOOSEBERRY THAT DOES A DONALD TRUMP ON ME EVERY TIME I BEND OVER NEAR IT.
BUT I KEEP IT BECAUSE ITS FRUIT ARE PARTICULARLY DELICIOUS
Acanthus! The variety we had was so invasive it threatened to take over a long border, we never got it all out and it would pop up only to be hacked down again. Bergonias are another plant I don't like, they look very artificial to my untrained eye.
I like fancy fuchsias as long as they have good colour Nut, but in small quantities in hanging baskets. Love the more dainty flowered ones except when they're a very pale wishy washy pink.
Have to agree about leylandii and tree ferns.
I loathe euphorbia - unattractive plants with nasty sap.
Hypericum - Rose of Sharon - had to clear a 3 metre bed of it once. Absolute nightmare of tangled, congested roots.
Bamboos and other "jungle" plants in non-jungle climes.
Palm trees that are not on a tropical beach.
Impatiens, most tropical orchids and all begonias. Nasty, plasticky looking things.
Aucuba japonica 'Golden King' - loathe it with a passion
I agree with Nutcutlet about the pink and white flamingo thing .... always seems to have an ugly graft ... and the dip dyed heathers are just cruelty.
I just can't get on with bergenias .... coarse looking leaves .... often scruffy .... and don't seem to go with anything.
Roses. I detest the things.
Anemone japonica, worse than Bindweed and Ground elder combined.
Don't really like Fuchsias but inherited two large ones with garden so embrace them as best I can.
Agree African Marigolds are naff. Bright Orange and bright pink flowers in general can often be a bit garish for my taste.
Don't like Cordylines and similar looking plants.
Feel bad disliking any plant really - suppose its all about the setting?
Thanks everyone, isn't that interesting, i am surprised that so many of you really do have plants that you don't like...shows we are all different....
I could go on
but I won't