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Hi, I'm on a bit of a mission to try and identify some of the trees and shrubs in my garden. I have attached a photo of a tree that is about 3 metres From the house. I'd like to find out what it is so I can find out how best to keep it under control and whether its roots might be dangerous to the foundations. Thanks
I live in Sw France and am trying to identify, and eventually buy, this tree as it has all-round interest.
It is flowering now and the photos were taken last night but the light is not very good. The leaves are like lilac. Flowers dark pink. Situated in full sun. I had to use the full zoom on the flowers which seem to be dark pink with a dark purple centre. This tree/shrub is about 3m high.
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We have a very old Lilac in our garden. There was a lot of dead wood on it which I cut away earlier this year to see what would happen. I was pleasantly surprised that the trunk has now started to make new growth (see attached picture). What would you advice wrt pruning this new growth? i.e. what should we prune and when?
Can anybody tell me the best way to prune this type of hypericum for next seasons growth, it's now gone over and has been amazing with its lovely berries.
Many thanks kevin.
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The brances on this tree (i dont know the name either) have grown between 60-90cm over the course of the past year and are now getting a little out of control. Can i cut it back hard and take of most of that growth and if so, what time of year would be best?
Hi-ya, I have just asked where I can buy Ilex Night Glow, and you have asked what country I am in, I am in England, regards tom.
Hello, fellow gardeners.
To me, 'crimson' means red, yet all the photos I've seen of this shrub suggests that the flowers are actually deep pink. I've never seen one in the flesh, so I'm hoping one of you may have one and can clarify what the flower colour actually is.
Many thanks in advance. :)
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