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plant id, again


By Usernut

scotland, United Kingdom Gb

I had got my plants mixed up again, and this is the one that i cant id, anyone any idea what it is?
Lesson learned.. always mark down which plants are which as I plant them, dont leave it till




is it an Argyranthemum ? there are lots of different series of these .

29 May, 2009


I had a look on google images after your suggestion and it looks like it is.
it looks like ARGYRANTHEMUM frutescens 'Julieanne'.
Thank very much, I love this site, what a great help you all are.

29 May, 2009


i managed to take cuttings from mine last september and overwintered them in the greenhouse. from one plant i now have 5. so back end of the year you know what to do. :o)

29 May, 2009


Thanks, i,ll do that too, i,ll be looking for advice again when it,s time to do
I don,t have a greenhouse ( too many kids about) but can I overwinter in my shed at the window or in a coldframe?

29 May, 2009


Like Seaburngirl I did the same ,This is first year I have had enough to make a real planting of them. Cleared out the Wallflowers today.. You do need to be sure it is frost free where you keep them.

29 May, 2009


plenty learn the lesson to label plants at the time and i def learnt the hard way l ol.

29 May, 2009


i am still learning the hard way. i am always confident i will remember that special plant and then next year.......
thank heaven for you lot.

29 May, 2009


I grew one of these last year. It performed magnificently, flowering prolifically until November. But it died in my Dad's greenhouse over winter. Didn't like the cold. They can be handsome plants. I think they benefit from having a suitable companion plant, as not looking quite right when grown singly on their own. Even just some bedding with them will help.

31 May, 2009

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