Good afternoon to all
After bying my first ever Gardening Magazine I was inspired to buy some flowers so I've bought two Helenium 'Sahin's Early' plants from a internet garden centure.
Never again as the plants look very poorly with sun damage from watering in the hot afternoon sun. So after a day or two of looking at the poor plants with there brown burnt leaves I decided to keep them what do I have to lose well I potted them in to a bigger pot as the only arrived in a small 5 cm square pot. Yes they are also pot bound.
so I mixed some general purpose compost and some blood,fish and bone meal to the mix.
Have I done the right thing ??
also the reason I've posted is I also bought the Dierama 'Cosmos' all I can say is it was inpulse buying as I don't have a pond or marshy soil in fact I have the hardest dryish clay you would hope to never have/own.
anyway I would like to keep this plant and grow it in a pot if thats possible if it's possible what would you suggest I do about soil/compost
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O'and I've bought a 12 month subscription to GW great read