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danny

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cornwall/real name is Angela
Last ones for now,I am just loving being able to take photos and within minutes seeing them here:)
 

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Its Only Me

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Apr 1, 2010
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Wherever I Am
great Classic car

Hi,

Love the classic car, I would hazzard a guess that it is an early 1950's model but possibly not the early MM series. Would like to see more pictures of it.
Hope yopu are enjoying your new camera,

Thanks
 

jenniferpa

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Jun 27, 2006
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OK - in your first batch of pictures (numbering them 1-5 left to right)

1) no idea
2) azalea (don't be surprised if it doesn't flower next year - unless you physically remove the old flower heads each year (and just the flower heads) they don't).
3) cotoneaster
4) not sure but it's probably an acer (aka japanese maple)
5) hellebore but I don't know which kind -there are a lot and they are also known by names such as christmas rose or lenten rose
 

Skye

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#1 in the first set is an aster of some sort.
#4 is Acer palmatum dissectum atropurpureum. I have one, but mine is not in leaf yet.

In the third set,
#1 is naturalised hyacinth I think
#2 & #3 are both I think rhododendrons

The little red flower may be a baby camellia.

I know the white flower too, but I can't bring it to mind. It may come!
 

geum123

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May 20, 2009
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Ooooooh lovely photos, and what a lovely place.

First image is I think Argyranthemum frutescens.
Tender comes in white, yellow or pink shades.

I think the blue flower is a bulbous plant called a Cammasia.

Lovely to see the old Morris car there.
I still remember the first one that my dad had with his job.
I even the registration number EKD 605.

Many thanks for giving us a glimpse of Cornwall.

Regards,
Geum
 

JPG1

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Jul 16, 2008
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Angel,

If your gardener can't identify all your growings for you, then can you send him our way - because s/he must have magic fingers to be able to tend to all those plants without knowing what they are.

And, Geum would be a lovely addition to your beds!! Geum is reliably perennial and perennially reliable. Which is all you could ask for.

My Morris is older than yours, Angel!
 

danny

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Sep 9, 2009
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cornwall/real name is Angela
JPG1,there is no gardener,someone mows the lawn and a couple of young lads have done some strimming.My brother has planted a few veg etc.Everything was here when we moved in at Xmas.

They have just well bloomed all on their own:)