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So, should the neighbour get rid of it? Is it ok to have in a garden, invasive or not? Her front garden is pretty large;20mx10m, mostly lawn and this cuckoo pint is just by the fence, next to a tree.
Welcome Flora. I have an American book on organic gardening and it mentions the 'blue grass line' can you tell me if that is the line below which you don't get frost? I have been puzzling over it for some time
Hi nut, is that the same as cuckoo pint, which used to be everywhere when I was a child.
Has it grown at all? 'crispy' sounds as if it is mummified. I think I would bin it, dig a lot of goodies into the soil and start again.
I've only seen mistletoe growing once before, when I was 4 years old, which was..erm.. sorry I'm not good at maths
Can anyone identify this for a neighbour?
verdun, I totally agree about flax; it is the most wonderful blue, keeps on flowering for months flourishes in an area of poor dry soil and pops up year after year without being invasive; the perfect plant
busybee, I have some mecanopsis seeds germinating; so far they are about 8mm high they are in a heated propagator.
But have envy of your toms being so far ahead, mine have only just been sown.