I agree ... Cut it back so the roots have less work to do ... It should recover just fine. With any luck you'll get more blooms later this summer and next year it'll be as if it had never been moved.
Himalayan balsam doesn't have white sap. However that pic does bear some resemblance to it.
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There's a problem uploading pics at the moment. Hopefully the tech team will be able to sort if quickly on Monday.
Wonky phoned earlier ... laying in her garden listening to Sir Elton giving a concert at the stadium two roads away. Who needs tickets?
Sweet dreams all
Good to see you again John I too have been dealing with both my parents' - things are never as straightforward as they should be, are they.
There is a glitch re posting pics this weekend but I'm looking forward to seeing new pics of your garden.
Looks like it's back again ... I've flagged it up but I don't suppose the tech team will be around until Monday ... at least it's not a bank holiday .weekend.
Perhaps the poster could upload the pics on a photo hosting site and post the link?
You've sprayed your plants although there are no bugs on there and you'e been told it's probably just the heat
You've sprayed something you're going to eat
If it doesn't settle, Blagdon's do two ph Adjusters ... one for alkaline ponds and one for acid ones.
This poor family must be allowed to visit the UK - you can sign the petition here