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Re: Re: Can anyone help me identify this plant

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Thanks Simon!

Hi Helen, here is Thalictrum delavayi 'Hewitt's Double' in Shoot.

Hope that helps?

  • Posted: Sun. 6th December 2020 08:07

Re: Can anyone help me identify this plant

Message from Simon Hickmott

In forum: Identify a plant

I'll take a punt on this being Thalictrum delavayi 'Hewitt's Double', but without an image of the whole plant showing habit, foliage and so on, it's hard to be certain.

  • Posted: Thu. 26th November 2020 20:42

Re: Re: Can anyone identify this plant please

Message from Carol

In forum: Identify a plant

Those look like thalictrum to me, but I would not have made the connection without Elaine's suggestion. I don't know the variety.

  • Posted: Thu. 2nd August 2018 12:53

Re: Can anyone identify this plant please

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

If you post a picture of the leaves, I may know for sure, it could be one of the thalictrums.

  • Posted: Tue. 31st July 2018 14:43

Re: Re: GA-3

Message from Dave Jones

In forum: Abelia chinensis

Hi Chris,
Thanks for your reply. I actually posted this in December 2012 and posted it in the wrong forum.
I obtained GA-3 from Plants-a-Float.co.uk last year and have used it with variable results. It certainly gives good results with old seed. I found a packet of Lobelia tupa seeds that were about 10 years old. After soaking half the seeds in GA-3 for 24 hours, I sowed them and got over 80% germination. The other half didn't germinate at all!.
But other results were not so good. Some seed that requires stratification didn't germinate if soaked in GA-3 and not given the chilling treatment (Astrantia being a good example.)
My conclusions are that, if you want good germination, sow fresh seed! A batch of Thalictrum seed germinated (without either stratification or GA-3) having been harvested from a plant in my garden and sowed straight away. They were placed in a propagator at 20?C and were up in 4 days!

  • Posted: Sun. 23rd March 2014 20:38

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Message from Carol

In forum: Identify a plant

It looks like an enormous Thalictrum....

  • Posted: Wed. 21st August 2013 21:45

Re: Can you identify this plant?

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

It is not Thalictrum acquilegifolium though, it blooms in April, this is a July- Aug. bloomer, it makes a great filler flower.

  • Posted: Tue. 6th August 2013 16:04

Re: Re: Re: Can you identify this plant?

Message from Carol

In forum: Identify a plant

It's a herbaceous perennial, so it will die down and then leaves will grow back next year if it is not disturbed. It's sometimes called Thalictrum aquilegifolium, because its leaves are a bit like Aguilegia leaves.

  • Posted: Tue. 6th August 2013 14:15

Re: Can you identify this plant?

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

It is a thalictrum, either rochebrunianum, quite a mouthful, or Hewitt's double.

  • Posted: Tue. 6th August 2013 13:14

Re: Can anyone identify these plants?

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

first one looks like thalictrum acquilegifolium alba, second like a Lewisia, the third one lysimmachia punctuata, the spellings might be off, but you can google it and see. The last one is a big spreader, at least it was for me.

  • Posted: Sat. 22nd June 2013 12:18

Re: Re: Re: Re: GA-3

Message from Dave Jones

In forum: General

GA-3 Update.
Hi Kathy,
I sowed someThalictrum delavayi seed that I had collected from my garden on 1st January after soaking in GA-3 for three days. and placed them in my propagator at 20C.
They have not been moved anywhere else and germinated on 2nd Feb.
Usually, Thalictrum seed need a period of cold of about 4 weeks after having 2 weeks at 20C, so it looks as if the GA-3 method has worked.
I say this reservedly as seed collected on 29 Sept and sowed immediately germinated in a few days but that collected on the same day but not sown for 4 weeks needed a period of cold.before germinating.
The seed sowed on 1st Jan and given the GA-3 treatment was collected on 29 Sept.
So it seems that fresh Thalictrum seed will germinate without cold but seed 4 weeks old and over need either cold or GA-3.

Dave

  • Posted: Sun. 3rd February 2013 16:41

Thalictrum flavum

Comment from Miriam Mesa-Villalba

In forum: Thalictrum flavum

This plant favours alkaline soils. It is commonest in the flood meadows and fens of eastern and central England. This is a good general nectar source for flies and bees and also the food plant of some rare moths unlikely to be seen in a garden.

  • Posted: Mon. 18th May 2009 07:49

This plant is featured at Chelsea Flower Show 2009

Comment from Nicola

In forum: Thalictrum delavayi 'Hewitt's Double'

Thalictrum delavayi 'Hewitt's Double' (Chinese meadow rue 'Hewitt's Double') has been used in The HESCO Garden by Leeds City Council for Chelsea Flower Show 2009.

  • Posted: Sun. 17th May 2009 15:01