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They are lovely Marion I love the little streets with stone walls and cascading down the wall, I would love to live in Devon or Cornwall : )
You may not when it rains constantly and you cant just pop to the shops, you have to plan a day trip!!
Thats good,its nice to come home and see everything growing on. Echinops grow beautifully and the bees love them Easy from seeds.
Its a hedging plant, may be better in the ground, it just looks pot bound. Just knock of the dead leaves, and plant it out. they grow very big.
They will grow bigger! its still early.
there should be some bees about to do the pollination by now.
Plants are cleverer than us, I dont think they get confused.
Could it have been Tamerisk, although its a bit early for those and not sure if they grow in city gardens
Well you're the vet Steve, dont ask us
One plant will fill a 6 x 6ft. Fence panel!!
I do exactly the same as hostafan, they always come up next year, no problem, so mine are having a cull, along with primula denticulata, all heading for the compost, except the ones promised to a dear friend
Thats a good one Carlyann, no time to cook this time of the year.
I would say that if you only rescued in the autumn its still trying to make decent roots, it cant do that and flower as well, i would cut all off the buds and wait until next year to let it flower, by then it will have a good root system.