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There was no way to get the variety name of this plant at the time and I thought it might be a good idea to ask here. However with so many variants I'm not holding out much hope. Therefor if you have and suggestions for tags, feel free. ;) I don't want to mislead buyers so haven't just gone with a best guess of Nonstop or Roseform. Thanks

 

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9 minutes ago, Chris Burrows said:

Should there be a picture to go with this or am I missing something?

 

Chris

Yes and no, other than the picture that isn't here.

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8 hours ago, Chris Burrows said:

Should there be a picture to go with this or am I missing something?

 

Chris

 

8 hours ago, spacecadet said:

Yes and no, other than the picture that isn't here.

 

Sorry peeps, senior moment. lol

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Looks like some type of tuberous begonia.  I don't know the specific variety.

 

Maria

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I'd go with 'Nonstop'.  Still the most widely available bedding and planter variety in the UK.

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Ok, maybe there'll be better luck with this one. 

PW9K6W.jpg

Normally I'm ok with names of common varieties but this one also has me beaten.

 

Edit: Could it be Persicaria? 

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8 hours ago, Sultanpepa said:

Ok, maybe there'll be better luck with this one. 

PW9K6W.jpg

Normally I'm ok with names of common varieties but this one also has me beaten.

 

Edit: Could it be Persicaria? 

Sure is.  Persicaria affinis 'Darjeeling Red'

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1 hour ago, John Richmond said:

Sure is.  Persicaria affinis 'Darjeeling Red'

 

Thank you John. Excellent to have the variety too. :)

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I’m going to slip John in my back pocket and take him out every time I shoot flora. ;)

Betty

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I have a plant id app on my phone that comes in handy a lot - it doesn't know EVERYTHING of course, but if it can't positively ID something it will often point me in the right direction so I can research it further. The one I use is called "Seek". I know there are others out there, but haven't tried them.

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