Plants Anonymous

 

Most of the plant images I’m sent by my groups of gardeners come with no indication of what the plant might be.  I recognise a lot of them (possibly because many have been swapped in class!), but not all.

Here’s one that has got me scratching my head.  It isn’t from some posh garden, but from our own gardeners’ garden, so I’m hoping he does actually know, at the end of the day, and is just teasing me.

Help?  Does anyone recognise it?

Hugh's plant 1

Failed again… ;~)

When these daily blog posts started, it was to relieve the tedium and isolation of lockdown for everyone in the classes.  Now that lockdown is easing, although that’s only by baby steps right now, it seems appropriate to revise the schedule a bit.  After today Tuesday Treats will stay, and two other days, one being Friday.  Everything else will be more… as and when…

It’s been wonderful, the way the classes have pulled together to keep the images coming.  Thanks, guys!

So, what’s the plant?

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