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Re: what plant is this please?

Message from Simon Hickmott

In forum: Identify a plant

Azalea.

  • Posted: Sat. 22nd May 2021 17:21

Re: Does anyone know what these plants are called

Message from pauline

In forum: Identify a plant

The first one is Spirea japonica. The two in the second photo are Euonymus fortunei and a red azalea.

  • Posted: Thu. 1st April 2021 09:30

Re: Help Identifying these plants

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Abigail, some useful suggestions from our social media followers:

"Looks like:
1 an azalea
2 euonymus silver queen in the background and a rose with blackspot in front
3 Jasminum nudiflorum winter jasmine"

"2 is a type of euonymous, 3 is winter jasmine. ( I think)"

"1 is a rhododendron.
2 hellebore leaf in hand with euonymus emerald gaiety in the background.
3 is jasmine."

Hope that helps?

  • Posted: Thu. 20th August 2020 08:38

Re: Who is still selling plants online and delivering them?

Message from David Millais (Millais Nurseries)

In forum: Who can sell me a plant?

Millais Nurseries are, they have a huge range of Rhododendrons and Azaleas, they also sell Magnolia's, Camellias and Acers. Their website is https://www.rhododendrons.co.uk

  • Posted: Sun. 5th April 2020 09:47

Acidic fertilizer under beech hedge?

Question from Andrew S

In forum: Fagus sylvatica

I bought a house with an established beech hedge. It is nice, but I also want to plant something more colorful at the base underneath its lead level. Azaleas come to mind, but I know they like acidic soil. Will the beech still thrive if I put in azaleas and use acidic fertilizer?

  • Posted: Fri. 2nd August 2019 12:30

Re: What is this plant?

Message from Gavin

In forum: Identify a plant

Thank you everyone for your kind replies. I’m going with an Azalea then.
I’m in the north of England.
I shall test the soil tomorrow and will act on your advice.
Thanks again

  • Posted: Mon. 27th May 2019 20:43

Re: What is this plant?

Message from Carol

In forum: Identify a plant

The leaves look very pale - variegated maybe, but is it an azalea?
If the leaves have got paler it could be lacking sunlight or a vital mineral.

  • Posted: Mon. 27th May 2019 15:44

Re: What is this plant?

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

It is one of the deciduous exbury azaleas developed in England or one of the native ones from the Southern US.they are very fragrant. They are acid lovers, if the leaves are losing their chlorophyll you might want to add epsom salts or something that will make the soil acidic
.

  • Posted: Mon. 27th May 2019 14:02

Re: What is this plant?

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi again, one suggestion from our social media "Looks somewhat like an azalea."

  • Posted: Mon. 27th May 2019 12:13

Hi I have a similar problem to a post a few years ago. I planted Mint Crisp in June 2017 and it grew beautifully and survived the Beast from the East in March 2018. It vigorously climbed higher than our 6ft fence and has a similar width but suddenly muc

Comment from Jane Stymest

In forum: Lonicera japonica 'Mint Crisp'

Hi I have a similar problem to a post a few years ago. I planted Mint Crisp in June 2017 and it grew beautifully and survived the Beast from the East in March 2018. It vigorously climbed higher than our 6ft fence and has a similar width but suddenly much of it is turning brown and the plant seems to be dying off. Interestingly below it is what was once a small,helathy azalea and this is also wilting badly yet the plants on either side are healthy and showing good growth. It is on a North facing fence but this also means the soil remains pretty moist so its not a lack of water problem. Any ideas?

  • Posted: Sat. 4th May 2019 10:47

Re: 'Girard's Hotshot Variegated' Azalea

Message from Kathy C

In forum: Pests, diseases and invasive biosecurity risks

Hi, Nicola
How long has it been in its current pot? It might need to be potted up or root pruned.
Kathy N

  • Posted: Wed. 10th April 2019 19:52

Re: What type of plant is this?

Message from Carol

In forum: Identify a plant

It looks like an azalea of some variety. Easier to identify variety in flower I imagine.

  • Posted: Sun. 17th June 2018 08:40

Re: Little shrub needs identifying

Message from Carol

In forum: Identify a plant

I think it's an azalea of some type.

  • Posted: Wed. 6th June 2018 18:57

Re: Azalea Simsil

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

Technically speaking azaleas are rhododendrons and there are the florist azaleas, which are not suppose to be hardy out doors, but not knowing how cold you get, it would be hard to advise you on the hardiness.

  • Posted: Fri. 27th October 2017 17:03

Azalea Simsil

Question from Charlotte Harmer

In forum: Identify a plant

In the summer I bought an Azalea Simsil from the local garden centre but there's no information on it.

Does anyone know anything about this plant? I googled it and only found reference to Rhododendron Simsii or indoor Azalea so I went back to the garden centre to see if they'd mislabelled. All the others were also labelled 'simsil' too.

So, anyone got any clues please?????

  • Posted: Fri. 27th October 2017 11:13

Re: Lopsided Camellia

Message from Lyn

In forum: Container gardening

Looks more like an azalea to me. Yes you can tidy up the lopsided bit but they are slow growers. Buds for next years flowers form July Aug etc so water well at that time.

  • Posted: Sat. 22nd July 2017 09:02

Re: Can anybody help me identify 2 plants in my garden

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

The first two are skimmias and the 3rd is an azalea

  • Posted: Sat. 8th July 2017 18:04

Re: Can anybody help me identify 2 plants in my garden

Message from Carol

In forum: Identify a plant

I think the first is a Skimmia and the second an azalea.

  • Posted: Sat. 8th July 2017 15:32

All Azalea's are dangerously toxic for dogs....

Comment from Norma Thain

In forum: Rhododendron 'Diamond Red'

All Azalea's are dangerously toxic for dogs....

  • Posted: Sun. 2nd July 2017 11:15

All Azalea's are dangerously toxic for dogs....

Comment from Norma Thain

In forum: Rhododendron 'Chipmunk'

All Azalea's are dangerously toxic for dogs....

  • Posted: Sun. 2nd July 2017 11:11