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Thanks. They do smell a bit in the bag, but as long as they won't harm the plants, I'll go ahead and use them.
Thanks for your advice
Escallonia makes a good evergreen hedge for coastal gardens. Pink flowers in spring/summer.
Lovely plant, loves a sunny spot.
I opened my bag of bark chips to find white stuff growing on them. It is quite moist in there I suppose. What I want to know is, would the white stuff harm plants if I used it to mulch them with. Is it some sort of mycellium?
Does anyone know whether the white stuff that forms on bark chips inside the plastic bag they come in is harmful to plants? I mean, is it ok to mulch plants with bark with the white stuff on or not?
looks more like a willowherb to me
Thanks, I think I'd better bring it indoors then!
I just bought a Cuphea hyssopifolia from B&Q. Has anyone tried growing these before? I'm just wondering how hardy they are with the winter coming.
Thanks for you help, guys