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JohnGCS
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Could anyone help me identify this?

Hi all,

I came across this flower in a family member's garden in Scotland but we are completely unsure of what it is! It has a very pretty, lilac flower on it and also some strange orange, raspberry-like seeds. Please see the pics below:

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This one has baffled me so any help is greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance :D
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Re: Could anyone help me identify this?

Hi! I think they are 'groundcover raspberries' :) not 100% sure as they come in different forms, but this link should help?

http://tcpermaculture.blogspot.co.uk/20 ... cover.html

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Re: Could anyone help me identify this?

Yes! This looks just like them, a great article too thank you!
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Re: Could anyone help me identify this?

I was thinking Salmonberry, but I've not given it the proper time. :mrgreen:
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Re: Could anyone help me identify this?

Ah, this does look just like it actually Lindsay! The pics online seem to match it perfectly:

Salmonberry
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