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I have a Gunnera which I grow in a pot to stop it growing too big,it has to be well watered during one of those dry spells and I use the old big leaves to protect next years new stems/leafs.I first saw this plant in Cornwall in a big garden it was fantastic.I also saw one at ford abbey where they have a wonderful bog garden.(lovely to visit in spring).My Gunnera I grow by my front pond and it has survived so far.
if as the name suggests,hollies are female or male,if you have a male no berries,if female berries but you have to have a male holly to make berries unless its one of those self fertilizing ones.
it looks like a type of lanverder or cat mint .
cats are best if not that terrier dogs with pest controller ,gone instance .
of which plant are we talking about?
well I heard you can use Hawthorn berries but as a ketchup that's novel.Do let me have the recipe.I make a lot of jams and jellies from wild fruit so would be interested to know.
you can as long as you have the right soil,drainage,and right sized pot.
be careful not to have it in an area exposed to frost or severe drop in temperature.I have one that's in the soil and survives because it is sheltered.
I have a kumquat and they do not like central heating.they like special food in winter and rain water.mist lightly and water once a month in winter.
once the sweet peas have come through plant out into position with toilet roll holder device in place.They do better now to be planted out(advice given to me)and the cardboard in time will disintegrate.The mould is because of over watering in a closed area.