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If its a cooker, can't you just peel them and use the flesh, or are they rotten inside?
I sprayed them with provado as soon as I saw the first lily beetle. It was more than eight weeks ago so should be safe for bees now.
The bees are too busy on the teasels and lavender to bother with the lilies.
i think that originally it was from Hopley plants but they don't do it now. I spread it around so that if I lose mine I can beg some back. The ones in the garden centre don't have the fine blueish foliage. It looks nice in a blue pot as well.
whats the prize?
Its not the soya protein thats the threat. Its the residue of glyphosate in the soya that disrupts hormones in the body that is the threat.
Just join again and stop using the old name.
Mine got very tall and then flopped over. They are ready for harvesting. Check one plant to see. If they have been in the ground for 12 weeks or so they should be ready.
Paris daisy. All grown from cuttings taken off same plant in March.
The mug is a standard half pinter.
You can see that the star one is much weaker than the red one and not as tall.