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Thread: Can someone help me recognise this bush please?

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    Tribesman
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    First I thought Ben was right.......Hazel O Conner.
    Then I thought maybe Katy Elder.

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    Peasant
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    Can you give us a picture from further away to see the shape of the plant?

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    Not sure if Bens gardening skills are that great so chances are that the bush has died since this post was started about ten months ago

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    sure its not forsythia? it flowers February normally before the leaves form too,ide put money on it being forsythia.
    Last edited by fish; 20-01-2013 at 01:13 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fish View Post
    sure its not forsythia? it flowers February normally before the leaves form too,ide put money on it being forsythia.
    I agree,
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    Bush recognition is hardly an appropriate subject for public discussion I feel. Particularly when the names of certain ladies are being ascribed to the bush. Don't misunderstand me, I was an avid student of bush recognition in my younger days, but I only ever discussed what I had learned with close confidants.
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