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Hi, Just starting out and rather depend on labels. These two, in my new garden, don't have any. Does anyone have any ideas as to what they are called?

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Newby Needs Names! (30/06/2011)Newby Needs Names! (30/06/2011)

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  • Posted: Thu. 30th June 2011 14:04

Re: Newby Needs Names!

Reply from Kath, Hants

Both look like Aquilegia to me - they seed and can get everywhere but are lovely. Check out some of the types on Shoot to see if you agree?

  • Posted: Thu. 30th June 2011 15:50

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Reply from Vivienne Jenkins

Sorry to disagree but the yellow flowered plant is Corydalis Lutea. Don't recognise the lilac flowered plant, I'm afraid.

  • Posted: Thu. 30th June 2011 19:17

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Reply from Emma and Thomas Shepherd

The Yellow one is Corydalis lutea and it's on here. Very pretty in walls and things. Spreads like mad!
Regards Emma.

  • Posted: Thu. 30th June 2011 16:34

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Reply from Nicola

Thanks Kath and Emma!

Hi Roger - welcome to Shoot! Here is Corydalis lutea and Aquilegia I hope this helps!

Nicola

  • Posted: Thu. 30th June 2011 17:44

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Reply from Vincent Hill

The first one looks like wood sorrel

  • Posted: Thu. 30th June 2011 19:36

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Reply from Nicola

Thanks Vincent. Here is a Pink Sorrel Looks similar to me!

  • Posted: Thu. 30th June 2011 20:04