Saturday, 28 February 2015

GYB Winner take 2 !

Okay so since the original GYB winner still hasn't answered my email Jack and I drew another winner today and that turned out to be Nanette!
In this case number 13 was lucky!
I have emailed you Nanette : )

I picked Jack up from school yesterday and this plant took my eye in the school grounds, does anyone recognise what it is please?  the stems had a bamboo look to them but then I have never seen these seed heads on a bamboo?




I think I may have a kidney stone again, had one years ago and I appear to have the same pain again, along with a lower groin pain too. Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could just flush the damned things out with wine, or dissolve them with gin ~ sigh  lol

7 comments:

  1. sorry about the pain-that would be nice to dissolve with a little wine or something

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  2. did you pick up some of the seeds for this plant? i wonder what the flower was like.... sorry about the pain. i've had kidney stones and that's no fun. hope it turns out to be something simple that will go away.

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  3. Kidney pain is the pits, I like the idea of flushing them with something that tastes good, and zonks you out for a while too.

    *Squeal* thankyou Jack for picking my name, I'm so excited to be the new winner. I have a grandson named Jack as well, special boys are our Jacks :)

    I'll email you Lyn.

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  4. I think that might be an achillea (yarrow).
    http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/yarrow/growing-yarrow.htm
    Do hope it's not another kidney stone. You could try the 'gin dissolving stone' idea.......it will be fun trying, at least.

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  5. It looks like bronze fennel and there are sure to be small seedlings appearing all around before too long as it is a prolific self seeder!

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  6. Oh dear - not a miserable kidney stone -

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  7. Have a look at Cornus. I think it may be that. The stems are either red or yellow according to the variety. I cut mine back to about 6" every Spring and when new shoots emerge they are a bright color. On second thoughts if it has seed heads I would go with Hazeltwig and say Bronze Fennel. A nice plant but can seed everywhere and a bit of a thug!

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