That's my thought too Nut
One wonders indeed Hosta unless they're just trying to draw attention to their website of course .......... perish the thought
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Some varieties are multi-headed, some only single headed.
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You weren't there when I answered ... this phone's very slow at downloading ... I shall find the laptop ...
Not ground elder ... could be a wild bramble of some sort ...
Drizzle here :-(
I shall be getting the big roll of bubble wrap out of the garage and cutting some pieces the right size to protect the seedlings in the little greenhouse ....
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I'm sure there are lots of books and videos theorising on how to swim, but at some stage you have to put your cozzie on and get in the water.
Jeyes fluid is paradoxically attractive but highly toxic to cats, causing them a horrible and agonising death. I'm sure that's not your intention.
We'll, you seem to have convinced yourself
In my experience the major problem affecting Brussels sprouts in the UK winter, apart from pigeons, is wind rock - never experienced sun damage on sprouts.
And another problem with camellias is that the petals don't drop off as they brown and die, unlike roses whose dead flowers fall off. This makes the camellia look poorly unless you remove the dying blooms.