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I recently heard of similar thing to the microwave tecnique
Just spread seed on a baking tray and place in a warm oven for a few mins
( not tried it myself )
It is yellow but never been to Southwould
Hi went to a car boot today and bought a Tree Lupin have now planted it ,it's about 2FT tall does any one know if it will flower this year? Also bought 3 other prenials £1 each bargain
Salino just waiting for mine from Sarah Raven should be here this week i know them as cherry pie plants because of their amazing smell. Plus great for bees and butterflies.
Verdun didn't know about the perenial one will it be fully hardy here in north Manchester?
Hi, just wondered if any of you have won any of the competitions on this website or any other gardening competitions ? I am always entering just not very lucky
Love a few for hanging baskets and tubs . It wouldn't be summer without them.
Have an odd few in garden for wildlife ( cornflower candytuft pink alysum ) alway have nigella in different colours its so dainty
Hi, last year just one verb bon came up in my garden rather late. I dug it up at end of season and potted it up and placed in greenhouse its now about 2" will plant it out soon. Might do same this year. Also sewn some seed but only at 2 leaf stage at moment will plant them out in summer if it ever arrives!
Thanks for the info.Yes that is honesty next to them.
I also have a perenial honesty which i bought last year, i saw it at chelsea flower show
it's very pale mauve and has a lovely sent.see pic below
Grown theese for the first time in pots
Realy pleased with them even though not fully open yet
Will they flower again next year ? if so how do i look after them.
I have had honesty for a few years it's good for butterflys especially orange tip.
Last year i bought some new seed as mine are all purple but sadly still only have one white plant lets hope next year will bring me more white ones