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Tim, we can't see the picture - to post a picture you need to click on the green tree icon on the toolbar above where you type your posts and follow the instructions.
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Sounds like whitefly
Info here http://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=193
I find my hydrangeas do this in strong sunlight - we've had sunny weather recently - I suspect that is the cause and that it is no need for concern
The RHS have it on offer at the moment
Possibly a Nigella, deposited there by a bird? http://www.rhs.org.uk/Plants/106195/Love-in-a-mist-Miss-Jekyll-Alba/Details
Torrential rain continues; the water butts are full to overflowing, steam is rising from the ground; Fairy!!! we need you to wave your wand before we have to launch the lifeboats
Someone's done that to my tallest sunflower - it didn't climb up from the ground 'cos I'd surrounded it with coarse sand - it climbed down from the pear tree
Morning KEF and Fg
Verdun ((hugs)) don't forget to look after yourself too.
Oh yes, Happy Birthday Pdoc - think that as you're having a big meal out this evening, this might be the best sort of Birthday Cake for you