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Trying to identify this plant which has appeard in my garden shrubs.

Identification

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  • Posted: Wed. 11th July 2018 08:22

Re: Identification

Reply from Carol

It might be some kind of scabious. More obvious in flower of course!

  • Posted: Thu. 12th July 2018 18:42

Re: Identification

Reply from Sue Deacon

The first thing that came to mind was a veronica OR veronicastrum, I went out ii my garden and looked at the young plants there. it's not identical but it may be a variety of one or the other. Flowers would be a BIG help!

  • Posted: Sat. 14th July 2018 17:48

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Reply from peter davenport

verbena bodo.......

  • Posted: Sun. 15th July 2018 13:52

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Reply from Linda Askey

Perhaps a species of Oenothera?

  • Posted: Sun. 15th July 2018 17:52

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Reply from S

Indian Hemp?

  • Posted: Mon. 16th July 2018 11:49

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Reply from Julie Clifton

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