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Hi. I'm trying to help a friend who has millions of plants in her front garden, some of which we can't identify. She wishes to keep them and incorporate them in a new look for her garden. Can anyone help us please? Photos can be found by clicking on the hyperlink below. Thank you!

http://www.photobox.co.uk/album/756705271

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  • Posted: Sun. 1st May 2011 06:27

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Reply from Carol

Starting points for a few of them.... 1: hydrangea (oakleaf? lacecap), 9: Geranium phaeum (samobor?) 14; another hardy geranium - easier to identify in flower, 15 Weigela? (several of the variegated ones before this reminded me of Weigela or Deutzia), 16: Spiraea?, 17: Hibiscus? (they certainly come into leaf late), 19; hardy geranium (sanguinem), 23: Heuchera, 24: Centaurea montana, 25: Peony - only identifiable further in flower, 26: Another cranesbill geranium (not familiar), 29: Iris (only identifiable in flower).

  • Posted: Sun. 1st May 2011 16:37

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Reply from Angie Robertson

I think plants no 3,4 and 10 are weigela?, plant 8 and 18 are possibly hemerocalis or crocosmia? I also agree with the previous answer. Hope this helps.

  • Posted: Sun. 1st May 2011 22:55

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Reply from Kathy C

Hi, Chris,
The first one is Viburnum opulus (or a cultivar) - I'll have to check out the others when I have a little more time to peruse. I agree with other posts about the Geraniums. Pity more things arent flowering - that always make idents that much easier! :)
Kathy C

  • Posted: Mon. 2nd May 2011 20:32