Good morning everyone I am hoping we won't get too many showers today - lots of planting to do ! I will be sowing my Sunflowers and Morning Glories today!
I agree with Paul N and it does sound as if the plants may be too cold in the placcy greenhouse
I would say Heliotrope are a tender perennial - they can be overwintered somwhere frost free and cuttings usually root well
Amelanchier are lovely trees - they do flower and fruit but in our garden the birds have a feast !
I would hold off for another month if I was you - then if we get a late frost you could cover the windowboxes with some fleece
I can recommend this garden http://www.ngs.org.uk/gardens/gardenfinder/garden.aspx?id=18957
Sorry - I am being very cheeky !!!
I like to 'paint' pictures with plants so I would say art
Once you get a plant you can easily take some cuttings - they root quite easily
This is how I grow my Tomatoes - I always get a good crop Flower buckets with the bottoms cut out are placed over holes in the grobags
Hello Everyone I didn't want to be left on my own