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Discussion in 'Identification Area' started by MAJ, Oct 4, 2018.

  1. MAJ

    MAJ Apprentice gardener

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    Not quite sure... any help appreciated. Thank you. Pic from June time.P1030743.JPG
     
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    Hi, I'm no help at all but someone with more knowledge will know. A bit more info may help. What's it growing beside. Could it be an offshoot? What's the condition .. Sun, shade, dry, clay soil? Is it anywhere else in the garden?
     
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    pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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    Looks slightly chrysanth like .:biggrin:
     
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        Marguerite daisy in my garden and i think another daisy
         

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          Mmm... could be, but not sure.
           
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          Yes, the margerite may have it! Thanks very much!
           
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          Thanks, it's just in a London garden, clay loam in between laurel hedge stumps.
           

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