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Yadalin
The Hague
Netherlands

August 7, 2012
3:25 AM

Post #9232621

I am going a project and i really need the name of the following 2 plants!!! I have no idea what they are... thanks
(sorry i only have the leaves but I know that the picture with the bigger leaves have pink flowers and they bloom in May and most of the plant just craws over the floor

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Yadalin
The Hague
Netherlands

August 7, 2012
5:25 AM

Post #9232699

Ok i found the second one is the Helleri holly but still puzzeling about the first
purpleinopp
Opp, AL
(Zone 8b)

August 7, 2012
9:35 AM

Post #9233030

Is the second one a shrub? If not, it may be a Portulaca. Hard to determine texture from a picture. Could the first be a Geranium?
Vestia
San Francisco, CA

August 7, 2012
9:45 AM

Post #9233038

to me the first one looks like the leaf of Aquilegia

growin

growin
Vancouver, BC
(Zone 8b)


August 7, 2012
9:53 AM

Post #9233043

I agree with Vestia on the first. The second looks Ilex crenata or maybe Buxus.
soulsearcher
Edmonton
Canada

August 7, 2012
2:54 PM

Post #9233344

I agree that the bigger leaves look like aquilegia or commonly known as Columbine
altagardener
Calgary, AB
(Zone 3b)

August 7, 2012
3:22 PM

Post #9233375

I don't know about columbine for the first one, and the description of blooming in May and "crawling along the ground" doesn't seem too apt. How about Corydalis solida?
Yadalin
The Hague
Netherlands

August 8, 2012
12:31 AM

Post #9233821

Thank you so much... It is indeed an aquilegia but then an aquilegia heidi... And the other one I already found was an Ilex crenata

Resin

Resin
Northumberland
United Kingdom
(Zone 9a)

August 8, 2012
5:30 AM

Post #9233926

The second could be one of the smaller-leaved species of Cotoneaster - they are far commoner in gardens in NW Europe than Ilex crenata is.

Resin

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