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Jeremy Lea's forum posts

Total number of forum posts: 21


Re: Help identifying this creeping plant please

from Jeremy Lea

it looks like my Creeping blue blossom, Ceanothus thyrsiflorus repens

  • Posted: Sat. 5th May 2018 19:30

Re: What is this?

from Jeremy Lea

Does it have woody stems? If so it could be a self-seeded elder

  • Posted: Sat. 5th May 2018 19:23

Please help me identify this shrub

from Jeremy Lea

It's about 1m x 1m currently, I think it's evergreen. It had white flowers followed by red berries so I wondered if it was a variety of holly?

  • Posted: Sat. 5th May 2018 19:21
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Please help me identify this plant

from Jeremy Lea

The plant is forming a dense dome of about 30cm, it has round furry stems, non-varigated leaves and clusters of cerise flowers

  • Posted: Sat. 28th April 2018 17:50
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Miniature connifer

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I managed to save some pots going into a skip and in 2 of them were these miniature connifers? I'm not sure what they are so no idea if I should plant them out or if they will grow into a full size tree!

Any help would be great, thanks

  • Posted: Tue. 20th February 2018 10:14
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Re: Re: Please help me identify this plant

from Jeremy Lea

Hi Elaine,
No there were 2 or 3 in Mount Pleasant NGS garden, but not getting an answer from them.

  • Posted: Tue. 5th September 2017 17:09

Please help me identify this plant

from Jeremy Lea

It was relatively small but I don't know how mature it is but it was startling

  • Posted: Sun. 3rd September 2017 18:51
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Help please in identifying this

from Jeremy Lea

Hi, can anyone tell me what the name of you plant is?

It's in a south facing bed, poor soil, about 450mm high and a spread of about 300mm plus. The leaves are pinnate and the flowers are like purple balls.

Hope this helps and thanks for looking
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  • Posted: Wed. 21st June 2017 14:32
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Lopsided Camellia

from Jeremy Lea

Hi all,
I have a lovely Camellia that has just finished flowering, however for reasons best known to itself it has all gone lopsided.

Can anyone please help me correct it? (pruning perhaps? )

Thanks in anticipation

By the way, I've also put this in an alternative forum, apologies for the duplication

  • Posted: Fri. 26th May 2017 13:45

Lopsided Camellia

from Jeremy Lea

Hi all,
I have a lovely Camellia that has just finished flowering, however for reasons best known to itself it has all gone lopsided.

Can anyone please help me correct it? (pruning perhaps? )

Thanks in anticipation

  • Posted: Wed. 24th May 2017 07:44
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