No it's a stick. The brown, dead bit is the flower spike
It seems to have been potted in bits of wood. Do I have to buy some special compost?
Is a clear pot necessary?
What should I do with this?
It's been hanging on in quiet desperation for a year or so and now I'm getting the guilts.
I found an old open packet in my seed tin. It was from a GW freebie from a few years ago. They germinated and I have a good crop - for me that is.
They were gardeners' delight too.
It looks like a tequila sunrise doesn't it?
Predictive text certainly has a way with words!
It's a bit of a pain sometimes but not if you pull it out before the principles form!
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A rose by any other name....
Bay takes years to rot down.
They self seed all over my clay garden. They're not fussy.
You could plant annuals like pansies. The roots don't go to deep and maybe a few tete-a-tete or similar.