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By Glynis

Berkshire, United Kingdom Gb

A few more plants to be named please

P1110521 P1110519 P1110518



If the flowers on the top one were white, it could be Iberis sempervirens, the second, who knows, but it reminds me of Rudbeckia, the third I can't remember what it's called, lol but its a perennial (that's cos its something I don't like much...)

3 Jun, 2010


Third one looks like yarrow (when it's a wild flower) or Achillea millefolium if it's in its posh frock & a variety you want to keep. Your choice - nice leaves, flowers of the wild one are white, garden varieties are more varied. Bunnies just LOVE them!!!

Could the second one be young wild arum leaves? They develop the arrow shaped leaves later.

The top one could be Iberis where the flowers have finished and we're seeing the seed pods.

3 Jun, 2010


That's it, Achillea - knew it began with A.

3 Jun, 2010


Thanks again Bamboo, are you Alan Titchmarsh incognito

3 Jun, 2010


Cor, wish I was, I'd have a huge garden and house to match... but I'm the wrong sex, have to be Carol Klein instead, lol

3 Jun, 2010


You be Carol Klein, then I can be Bamboo! ;-)
You know so much!

3 Jun, 2010


Memory like an elephant - well at least, it was, up until the last couple of years! Funny though, I'm always struck by how much I don't know rather than by how much I do - for instance, what I know about vegetable growing could be written on the head of a pin...

3 Jun, 2010

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