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What plant is this

Comment from Pauline

In forum: Identify a plant

Can someone please name this plant, thank you

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  • Posted: Wed. 1st January 2020 13:44
  • Last reply: Wed. 1st January 2020 16:29

Please could you tell me why the leaves are curling and drooping. I have not over watered it but repotted it in a mix of loan/gravel and sand. I also repotted it and am worried that the pot might be too large.

Question from Patricia Gowie

In forum: Senecio candicans 'Angel Wings'

Please could you tell me why the leaves are curling and drooping. I have not over watered it but repotted it in a mix of loan/gravel and sand. I also repotted it and am worried that the pot might be too large.

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  • Posted: Tue. 31st December 2019 12:54

Help to identify tree to replace damaged area

Question from Bronek

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi All, A few weeks ago half of our tree feel down in strong winds. We would like to replace the exposed area with a second, identical tree and prune to match. Can you please help me to identify the tree. Thank you.

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  • Posted: Sun. 29th December 2019 12:37
  • Last reply: Wed. 15th January 2020 08:38

plant ID?

Comment from Teresa Sadler

In forum: Identify a plant

I got this Christmas tree from a friend with no tag. I will put it in a hoop house outside till spring but would like to know exactly what it is so I know where to plant it in the spring.

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  • Posted: Thu. 26th December 2019 15:21
  • Last reply: Tue. 14th January 2020 19:53

Any idea what plant this is?

Question from Jackie

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi
This small climbing plant was growing through a plant in an Alpine House at the Cambridge Botanical Gardens way back in 2005. Once the glasshouses were re-built the plant had vanished. Both the flowers and foliage were tiny, I think no more than 1cm across (but my memory may be faulty on this).
Thanks.

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  • Posted: Fri. 20th December 2019 15:49
  • Last reply: Sun. 22nd December 2019 15:01

Thistle type

Comment from Pete Sacker

In forum: Identify a plant

Please can you identify this kind of thistle.

Thanks

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  • Posted: Sat. 14th December 2019 21:40
  • Last reply: Mon. 16th December 2019 17:39

What plant is this?

Photo from raymond

In forum: Identify a plant

How do I look after this plant?

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  • Posted: Sat. 14th December 2019 19:57
  • Last reply: Sun. 15th December 2019 09:34

Brugmansia CULEBRA

Question from Benny

In forum: Container gardening

Dear Sirs, Shalom from Israel.
I need your advice - how to care for Brugmansia 'Culebra'?
Since last April, the plant has been out, in the shade, with morning sun. Now in the mountains of Jerusalem it is very cold. 13 degrees during the day and 4 degrees at night. Is it best to leave it outside or indoors?
I ask you because I noticed when I brought it home on cold nights and brought it out to light the next day - the plant lost leaves.
Please write me how to care for it in winter? THANK YOU VERY MUCH! Merry Christmas!!! Benny

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  • Posted: Sat. 14th December 2019 08:38
  • Last reply: Wed. 15th January 2020 14:54

Can anyone identify this?

Question from James Ciclitira

In forum: Identify a plant

Hello,
I'm a new gardener and have this in my garden, can anyone tell me what it is and if it's any trouble?
Thanks
James

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  • Posted: Fri. 13th December 2019 21:05
  • Last reply: Sat. 14th December 2019 20:07

need advice

Question from mahamud dharamsi

In forum: New to gardening

Hello Friends.
Hi I am thinking of moving in Dec or Jan. The plants I want to move are Anemone, Monarda, Tellima, Sedum, Echinacea, Spirea and lastly Acanthus. Are all these plants safe to move now or is it best to wait until early spring. Thanking you in advance. Mahamud

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  • Posted: Wed. 11th December 2019 18:55