Laurawest25
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Plants Identification

Hi

I know this sounds stupid, but I planted a number of bushes etc last year/year before. They haven't had fruit before and now I have forgotton what on earth they are. Can I post photos on here for identification or can anyone help? I think I have some redcurrants/gooseberries etc, but I'm really not sure...

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by all means, post pics...a few from different angles/distances, close-up of leaves/stems/flowers (if any)...

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I can't figure out how to post a photo?? :?:
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How to post photos:
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Ok - Does this work.... I've gave each photo a bit of a description...Thanks :D
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okay, what i see:

thorny and with veiny berries - gooseberries
without thorns could be another kind of gooseberry, or currant - currant tends to produce fruit in little clusters, where gooseberry has separate fruits on individual stems... lots of those berry pictures are pretty fuzzy, hard to say for sure.
pic #5 - no thorns or flowers....i'd say it's a volunteer of some sort, not a gooseberry or currant of any kind, that's for sure.
pic #6 - yup, raspberry of some sort.
pic #7 - yup, apple.
the last one with thorns, the leaves are way more gooseberry than raspberry.

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Ok... here's some more photos of the berry type plants. Taken these with my mobile which doesn't have the best camera so they are a bit fuzzy.

https://s557.photobucket.com/albums/ss16/Laurawest25/
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Well... number 1, I now think is the red currant. Still not sure of number 2a is. Any ideas?
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there's a native clematis, C. virginiana, around here, that has a similar leaf, but that doesn't seem quite right. that's all i've got.

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It's definitely some kind of fruit. I haven't planted any flowers there. We dug the fruit patch in........I'm completely stuck as to what it is though :shock:
Laura

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