Flora 2017


#1

What is this plant?


#2

Dunno but I’ve got itchy eyes just looking at it.


#3

Looks like a good spread :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink:


#4


#5

Yellow Hawkweed


#6

according to this. well I got bored and that’s the first thing that looked a bit like it.

Hope this helps.


#7

Mine has more spherical flowers and grows much taller


#8

New Man?


#9

Fine. Have it your way. We could have just said “yeah yellow hawkweed” and move on with our lives.

this is on you balonz.


#10


#11

I think it is Kerria japonica otherwise know as ‘Jew’s Mantle’ (is that ok? Like Jew’s Harp? Is that ok?)


#12

Does anyone know anything about trees? I’ve always wanted to know what the trees on my old road were, and I’ve never been able to figure it out. I don’t have a picture but they’re deciduous, sort of globe shaped and about as tall as a house (a bit like massive topiary or something a child would draw). The whole area was laid out in the late-Victorian era (including a park/gardens) so maybe they’re some kind of ornamental thing. Maybe this could be something for @marckee


#13

What kind of leaf shape?


#14

I’d watch out Shiggles, Dans just wants to chainsaw them down.


#15

brmmm brmmmmmmmm


#16

You know what, I don’t know. This picture is of one of them (and a slightly less well-formed one on the right), turns out they’re not as regular in shape as I always think they are. Most of them look like the one on the left.


#17

The two on the outside are Christmas trees. Not sure about the middle one.


#18

In answer to the original - Trust balonz (got ur back bro). Kerria japonica ‘Plenifora’


#19

Honestly no clue. Outline makes me think of Yew but that’s evergreen. soz


#20

And is it ok to call it Jew’s Mantle? I’m going with no.