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Angiegirl

I love flowers and plants but I kill 'em off pretty fast. 😖 Hoping to learn from this community!

Lonicera x brownii 'Dropmore Scarlet' syn. Lonicera sempervirens 'Dropmore Scarlet'

  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2017
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Angiegirl

@Hut123456789 This one is a little more clear.

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Hut123456789

Right ok I think it's called funfair

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Hut123456789

Full name Phygelius capensis Cape fuchsia @Angiegirl

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Angiegirl

It looks a little different from the ones in the pictures on here. What do you think? @Hut123456789

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Hut123456789

Yeah I thought so too but it's the only one that comes to mind , do the flowers seem to be in a long bunch of that makes sense @Angiegirl

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Hut123456789

@richard.spicer.7906 what do you think this is ? 😘hopefully Richard will know for sure @Angiegirl 😀

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richard.spicer.7906

Hello 😀👋🏼 - I would say it looks more like a Honeysuckle - possibly two sets of leaves here from two separate plants but I can see one which is typically shape of honeysuckle - the leaf is almost circular and surrounds the whole stem. The specific variety would be difficult to tell, but I have a similar coloured one called 'Dropmore Scarlet'. Not sure if that helps 🤔 @Angiegirl @Hut123456789

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Hut123456789

Thanks @richard.spicer.7906 yeah on the other photo I said it could be a form of honeysuckle, @Angiegirl can I suggest looking at photos of dropmore scarlet as Richard suggests 😘so I was kind of correct lol🤣

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Angiegirl

Thanks @Hut123456789 and @richard.spicer.7906 ! 😁

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  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2017
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Angiegirl

Help me identify this plant

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Hut123456789

Is it scented ? @angiegirl

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Angiegirl

@Hut123456789 I wasn't terribly close but i didn't smell anything from where I took the picture. I'll post another.

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Hut123456789

The reason I asked if it was scented was cause it looks like in the other photo to entangled which made me think a form of honeysuckle till I remembered buying some seedlings in cape fuchsia !

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