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Discussion in 'Identification Area' started by Snorky85, Jan 4, 2017.

  1. Snorky85

    Snorky85 Super Gardener

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    And also this....the leaves have died back but it had got massively intertwined with other plants. Got a photo with a leave remaining...
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    Many thanks as always :hapydancsmil:
     
  2. daitheplant

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    I can`t remember the name of the first, but the second is Jasmine.
     
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      The first ones could be polyanthus.
       
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      • scillonian

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        The first one is possibly Omphalodes verna, the second a jasmine.
         
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        • Snorky85

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          Ah thank you very much....i can look it up now
           
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          I think it might be the Omphalodes verna....i vaguely recall some blue flowers. :ThankYou:
           
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          The dieback is normal at this time of year. :dbgrtmb:
           
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            Thanks @shiney the problem is that I hacked at it as it had turned into an overgrown monster. I hope I haven't killed it....the jasmine that is
             

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