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There are loads of different varieties of aubergine. Have a look here http://topfoodfacts.com/fact-of-the-day-aubergine/ scroll down and see just a few.
They all taste good and recipes are interchangeable.
Drizzle here now - but I've still had the sprinkler on the broccoli and runner beans for 20 minutes - the soil is bone dry. I've given the broccoli some chicken manure pellets too.
I also picked a big bunch of Swiss chard to have with sausages and baked sweet potatoes for supper
On reflection, think Nut's right - Lonicera
I'm just obsessing about that variegated C. horizontalis at the moment
Absolutely nowhere to put it .... too much shade
It looks interesting http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2010/dec/13/how-grow-cook-chilean-guava
but I can't see a clue as to why Hogroasts plants are poorly, other than drought - it does say that established plants can cope with a little drought, but to me 'a little drought' is a contradiction in terms
FUBAR = http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=fubar
I was wondering about that WO Maybe it's in a shady spot?
Muscle weighs more than fat apparently!
I'd put all of those cuttings outside in a sheltered spot. Possibly rig up some sort of cold frame (some bricks or blocks with an old window on top - lots of ventilation) to keep the worst of the rain and snow off over the winter.
They won't be happy indoors.
It looks like the variegated form of Cotoneaster horizontalis - a lovely plant - I'm trying to find an excuse for planting one in my garden
Fg - thanks for heads up re Neil Young - I'm a big fan,as is son - I'll let him know