Posted: 25/01/2015 at 17:02
Molly in a bucket is a Paeonia mlokosewitchsii also know as molly the witch, a single yellow species peony that I grew from seeds off of mine. I had some that I potted up into the buckets that florists use, and some were given away at one or other of the forum visits to gardens that we had last year. It must have looked quite strange,women with car boots full of plants swapping them around in the car park.
Various buddlejas, aquilegia seedlings also found new homes. At the "oddsocks " walk, some snowdrops and hellebores and brugmansia plants found new homes as well.
Now OH has a volvo estate instead of a vectra hatchback, theres lots more room for plant moving.
Today I bought some deep roottrainers for the sweet peas, using some vouchers I got given at Christmas.
I used up £15 of tesco vouchers, turned them into £45 of T&M vouchers, and ordered some lilies. Also I found out that Tesco think I have more vouchers than I think i have. I can print the missing ones off, once the new toner for the printer arrives.