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Re: Can you identify this hedge

Message from Simon Hickmott

In forum: Identify a plant

Cotoneaster simonsii.

  • Posted: Thu. 17th February 2022 17:54

Re: Is this a Cotoneaster?

Message from Simon Hickmott

In forum: Identify a plant

It's Goat Willow, Salix caprea. Self-seeded, as they have everywhere this year.

  • Posted: Mon. 27th September 2021 19:57

Is this a Cotoneaster?

Comment from Sheila Robertson

In forum: Identify a plant

I found this in the garden and I’d like to know what it is. I think it might be a weeping Cotoneaster but as it’s so young I can only identify it by the leaf. I did take a few cuttings from my parents garden but I’m not sure if this is it. My brother in law also has discovered the same plant in his garden. Can you help?

  • Posted: Wed. 22nd September 2021 17:57

Re: What planis please?

Message from Elizabeth Shelby

In forum: Identify a plant

The first bush is a spirea. Needs little care. Cutback at root level to control size.
The last bush is a cotoneaster.

  • Posted: Tue. 27th July 2021 19:22

Re: Does anyone know what this is?

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Laura, some helpful replies from our social media:

"Chrysanthemum"
"Aster"

Hope that helps?

  • Posted: Sun. 22nd November 2020 07:29

copying a plant list to a new plan

Question from Roz Cochrane

In forum: How to use the site

Hi, does anyone know how to copy a plant list from one file and a drawing from a different file? To be clearer I have just drawn up a garden in a file but realise I didn't copy the plants from my master plan first as you are supposed to - is there anyway to join them together on the same file to save me manually entering each plant again? thanks

  • Posted: Fri. 18th September 2020 15:16

Re: What is this plant?

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Max, a friendly follower on our social media says "Looks like a cotoneaster"

Some other suggestions are:

"Looks Peking Cotoniaster to me."
"Looks like a snow berry, Symphoricarpos"

Hope that helps?

  • Posted: Fri. 14th August 2020 08:33

Re: What is this plant??

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Maureen, a follower on our social media says:

"Looks like crocosmia and aster combined"

Hope that helps?

  • Posted: Wed. 10th June 2020 08:46

Re: What is this?

Message from Pam Young

In forum: Identify a plant

Have just checked Tradescantia virginiana or Virginia Spiderwort native to eastern USA

  • Posted: Wed. 27th May 2020 21:58

Please help to identify this plant. It's possibly acacia family?

Comment from Nic Jennings

In forum: Identify a plant

I took these photos some years back but have never found a satisfactory id. It is a shrub that was growing beside a busy road in north eastern Greece - definitely an alien.
The flowers were purple bracts with yellow stamens protruding arranged not unlike a bottle brush.

  • Posted: Thu. 30th April 2020 17:41

Re: Does anybody know what this is please?

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Russell, a follower on our social media thinks this is Spiraea arguta Hope that helps? Happy Easter Sunday!

  • Posted: Sun. 12th April 2020 10:29

Re: New gardener needs help identifying plant

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Fiona, welcome to gardening and to Shoot! A very helpful follower on our social media think this is

"Viburnum Birkwoodii x"and another agrees "You pipped me to it! My dad had one in his garden"
"Beautiful! scent ... smells like jasmin"

Other suggestions are" Viburnum variety, it looks like a Viburnum plicatum Mariesii"

"Spice viburnum"
"I would say viburnum carlesii."

"Looks like Viburnum carlesii also known as arrowwood."
"Viburnum burkwoodii?"
"Viburnum carlesii or Viburnum carlecephyllum, methinks."

"Arrowood, also called Korean spice (like the comments above it is in the Viburnum category) It has red buds then blooms to a pretty pink flower like in your picture and then produces a small red fruit that ripens to a black color in autumn!"

"And super fragranced too... a couple of clients have had them... gorgeous!"
"Such pretty flowers"

Hope that helps?

Happy Easter weekend.
Nicola

  • Posted: Fri. 10th April 2020 12:43

Re: Is this a climber?

Message from Jan Goffey

In forum: Identify a plant

Looks like a cotoneaster so spreader not climber!

  • Posted: Wed. 16th October 2019 18:00

Re: What is this shrub

Message from Kayleigh Griffiths

In forum: Identify a plant

If it produces berry's its likely to be a Cotoneaster

  • Posted: Fri. 21st June 2019 13:55

Weeping Cherry

Message from Sandie Lyne

In forum: Trees and shrubs

Hello:-)

Your daughter’s new Prunus will be perfectly happy in a large container. Ensure the container has a good 5 inches of space all around and at least that underneath and above. Use John Innes No#3 mixed with some multipurpose compost - 3 parts JI3 to compost, also add perlite for aeration and grit to ensure good drainage. Once planted out gravel over the surface to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. Most importantly, do not let the tree dry out completely but also do not overwater! One good soak per week is better than a dribble every day! If there is very hot weather water as needed. Feed with a liquid fertiliser (Seaweed based is good) once a month during the growing season. Prune in summer not winter. It should be happy for several years. After which you can scrape off the top layer and add fresh JI3/compost. Hope this helps. Best regards, Happy Easter!

  • Posted: Thu. 18th April 2019 15:55

Cotoneaster tree query

Message from Sheryll jerred

In forum: Garden design

We planted an 8/10 standard in 2012, it’s very quickly grown into a wide round headed tree, We are using it to screen as you can see from the image. It’s planted just over a metre from the boundary but our neighbours still need to prune it occasionally.
It’s on poor chalky builders rumble soil and it’s still grown to large proportions quickly.
I’m no garden designer, however I feel for your position it may be better for you to consider a shrub which could be pruned more easily to the shape and size you require.
When we were buying trees, the pot size generally relates to the age and size of the tree, bare root are cheaper again but best be quick the season is Nov-March , these are basically grown in the ground and dug up when you order. Not all trees are available bare root though!
Hope this is of some help to you

  • Posted: Mon. 18th March 2019 20:18

ID for this plant

Photo from Liz Ingram

In forum: Identify a plant

Perennial, resembles Osteospermum ; flowers resemble daisy/aster family; grows in sunny, well drained, poor soil, pink flowers, yellow centre in summer

  • Posted: Sat. 2nd March 2019 10:25

Re: Please help me Identify this shrub/bush.

Message from David Humphreys

In forum: Identify a plant

I've had a suggestion that this is some kind of Cotoneaster, possibly bullatus.

  • Posted: Fri. 10th August 2018 15:16

Re: Identification

Message from Julie Clifton

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi I grow this plant it's a Leucanthemella Serotina part of the aster family, in other words a large white daisy that grows up to 7ft tall and has single white flowers in the autumn, it will seed itself as well. I love it.

Julie

  • Posted: Mon. 16th July 2018 17:21

Re: July onwards perennials

Message from Mrs. S. M. Bentley

In forum: General

Nearly infinite number to choose from. Suggest you choose according to usual criteria e.g
Aspect, ease of cultivation, personal preferences, recommended by R.H.S. etc.

E.g. starting with A. ..for container in sun Agapanthus.....

Tall open aspect in sun. ..Aster Michaelmas Daisy.

Include summer bulbs too.

Wonderful opportunity. I'm really envious.

  • Posted: Sat. 16th June 2018 21:00