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I can think of two possibilities:
Woolly aphids http://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=724
one of the scale insects http://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=557
Do either of those look right?
I knew someone with a surname that had a similar assemblage of e m and n - her first name was Ann !!!
Cheese and tomato toastie anyone?
Probably human fallibility David
If you've missed summer I've missed autumn - I've got a winter flowering hellebore (Christmas Rose) with two white buds on
It is the normal June drop Drywsdad, but two or three buckets full of water won't do it any harm. I'd give it's roots a good soaking
If only something in gardening was reliable Steve
OH says 'No, not too early for a Sunday' Lily
Absolutely agree there Steve - I usually take dozens - if half survive I'm more than happy
Just been crawling on my hands and knees over the lawn dabbing glyphosate gel in hawkbit and dandelions - still mainly overcast here but warm.
Now to get the hoe out and tidy up the veg patch!