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Identification

Posted by Juhli BC, Canada (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 1, 12 at 15:11

Can you tell me the name of the attached shrub.

Thank you.

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Weigela?

Here is a link that might be useful: Weigela


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Thank you Carrie.

Cheers,
Juhli


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Can anyone identify the attached flower? It came in a package of wild seeds I bought.

Most appreciated


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  • Posted by bboy USDA 8 Sunset 5 WA (My Page) on
    Mon, Aug 27, 12 at 18:54

Maybe Ammi majus.


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Thank you!


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I was given this plant, no ID attached. Do any of you clever gardeners know what it is called???


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Looks like Aegopodium podagraria 'Variegatum'


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^^Ack! That one is goutweed! Horribly invasive plant.


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the last i spent a decade trying to kill as bishops weed... invasive is an understatement ....

the second i call queen annes lace ... also a common weed... the indians i believe called it the white carrot ...

billions of seed per flower top ...

ken


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I'm not sure what this plant is called. Could one of you clever gardeners identify it, please. Thanks.

juhli


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Phlox paniculata.


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Would one of you clever gardeners please identify this flower/plant for me.

Thanks


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A Geum


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I hope you absorbed the warning about the Aegopodium podagraria. If you have just planted it I would recommend you dig it up again asap and make sure you get every morsel of root out. Bag it and bin it. Don't try to compost it.


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Yes, I did get rid of the goutweed. Thank you for warning me! It is very stubborn, but when it pops up, I pull and put in a bag to be taken to the recycle plant.


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Recycle plant? As in, they're going to compost it? No! That has the potential to spread it far and wide. Throw it in the trash.


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We have a new organic biofuel system in Surrey, BC which gets very hot, but, per your advise, I will put any little bits that creep through into the garbage from now on.


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