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in The potting shed
Brugmansia is currently in 6 inch pot, dormant. Put it in a 8 or 10 inch pot of good compost, then when frosts are past, dig a big hole,in a sunny spot, plenty of fertiliser, and watch it go. The frost will kill it, but I take cuttings every year that I keep in a jar of water on the windowsill all winter. The one in the avatar is in the garden not a pot.
I think this is better the other is a zipped mouth sssssh!
Kef, think you should sit on the naughty step for that might go and sulk cos i can't go
Oops. Crossed posts
Lily, we could always have a virtual snowdrop walk here
Look here little Lily, you need to go work to buy loads of plants and maybe some food ??
Your turn will come, shout when you have some jollies booked and we'll see if a trip can be sorted. And stop stamping, not setting a good example to 26yr olds. xx
I'm not going on naughty step...make me
Oooh yes please Dove
Lily and Kef, play nicely
Not me Panda, honest, i'm a good girl
sorry meant fb earlier
Lily - we'll have a virtual Snowdrop Walk on Wednesday - I know all about Snowdrop Walks now - we'll smell the sarcococca and daphne odora and exclaim over the iris reticulata and hellebores; we'll try to identify all 20+ different types of snowdrops and we'll eat cake - that's the way to do it!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dear Dove and Nutcutlet, thank you both for the links.
I have had a look and Gatton looks good,as it is open this weekend and I know where to find it.
That looks great Subshrub Why not start a new thread with the name and date and see if there's anyone here who lives near enough to visit as well?
Dove, I'm working weds, could catch up late weds afternoon.
The real snowdrop walk will be all but a memory by then lily.
ah lily don't be sad, we'll postpone it til you can come too (honest)