Posted: 03/08/2015 at 17:04
PC - love demolitions - so do the slugs! I planted my delphinium seeds in the spring and now have three dozen plants in individual pots, but outside in watering trays. They are growing well, but I keep them well watered. A daily slug trawl seems essential - checking under the pots and in the watering trays - what a hassle. Anyone got any ideas on that?
Foxgloves are pretty hardy - I wouldn't plant them out just yet unless you can water them frequently - they need dampish soil to get their roots down - but they should be fine planted in the autumn.