You'll be right then Nut - I'm on my phone and can't see rhizomes.
Forget sisyrinchiums then
Yes I sowed mine in a tray of gritty JI seed compost and left it outside under a sloping slate to keep heavy rain off.
Have a look at Sisyrinchiums and see if there are any that look like yours. But you'll probably have to wait until you get blooms to know what you have.
ordered to remain on sofa But I've just been watching a small flock of long tailed tits on the feeders not six feet from our front window
My native primroses came from a packet of bought dried seed - they took a while to germinate but I've got several nice clumps now.
Morning all They're lovely Pat
Coughin and sneezing like a good 'un here - I'm going back to bed ... See you later ...
OH's college landlady was one of the Bletchley Park 'girls'. an impressive woman
Turning in now - sweet dreams folks
Leave it as it is for now - when it is flowering post a photo on here and we'll be able to advise you re pruning.
Welcome to the forum
Good suggestion Bob - you could mix horticultural grit or perlite with the JI No 1 at a ratio of one part grit to parts compost.
I would pot on geranium cuttings into John Innes No 1 loam-based conpost which will promote growth.
Hope that helps
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