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Wait till it has finished flowering, then cut back. I was told years ago that March was the best time for pruning.
Those are aerial roots, just leave them to do their thing. Any that are shrivelled I cut back and new fresher ones will appear.
I'd do the same as Tetley.
Have a terrific day tomorrow, enjoy the moments and the moments yet to come.
I wasn't expecting them to be that big. Do I have to break through the shell before planting?
No, I'm hoping someone on here remembers.
Nut, tree peony seeds arrived today, thanks.
I also received some seeds in damp kitchen roll and some in an envelope. Were these akebia seeds?
Think its a Euonymus but not sure which one.
Purple toadflax, very easy to pull up if you don't want it, or it is for me with my popeye arms. Didn't know there was a pink one thought. That would look pretty.
I would have to wear a fascinator to Fidget's nuptials, hats don't look good on me and a beanie is out unless its snowing.