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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
But if the cactus is outside, beware of snails - very tiny ones will get between the spines and graze on the surface of the plant.
Do you have a varietal name other than Vitis vinifera? Some types are suitable for growing outside in the right situation - others are for greenhouse culture.
Also, whereabouts are you?
Enjoy it - looking forward to the pictures
Enjoy your evening Fg - watched a programme on tv last night featuring JT - it took me right back ..............
It looks like lemon balm to me - check the stem - lemon balm has a square stem which is typical of members of the lamium family.
Good morning Panda Lovely pic
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Yes. It would be nice to put faces to names. However some of us oldies to get a bit confused at time. So please, once again for the Prof; The venue etc.
We're meeting in the cafe here http://www.botanic.cam.ac.uk/Botanic/Home.aspx at 12 noon on Saturday 11th October.
It's about 8 mins walk from Cambridge railway station and the route is quite straightforward http://www.bing.com/maps/#Y3A9NTIuMTU0NjI2fjAuMTQ5OTYxJmx2bD0xMSZzdHk9ciZydHA9cG9zLjUyLjE5NTE2OV8wLjEzMjAxN183JTIwU3RhdGlvbiUyMFJvYWQlMkMlMjBDYW1icmlkZ2UlMkMlMjBDYW1icmlkZ2VzaGlyZSUyMENCMSUyMDJKV19DYW1icmlkZ2UlMjBSYWlsd2F5JTIwU3RhdGlvbl8wODQ1JTIwNjAwJTIwNzI0NV9lX1lOMTAyOXgxMDY0NTQ3NDB+cG9zLjUyLjE5NTAzOF8wLjEyMjk1MF8xJTIwQnJvb2tzaWRlJTJDJTIwQ2FtYnJpZGdlJTJDJTIwQ0IyJTIwMV9fX2VfJm1vZGU9Vw==
Map of the garden http://www.botanic.cam.ac.uk/Botanic/Map.aspx
Cafe is No. 34.