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Beautiful Denise, there is a lovely one in Cornwall if you ever get down this way.
Grow them there every 4th year. You could grow broad beans or peas on the alternate years.
To stop cabbage whites laying eggs on cabbages, the mesh needs to be minute, They can get through small mesh, you need really fine stuff.
Dont go to the expense of buying one of those if you dont intend to do much.
The aquilegia will do fine in multipurpose compost in pots in a frostfree place in your garden. They are the toughest of plants.
I like Bergenia, grows in the shade and keeps its leaves all year round.
I dont like T&M either. why do they have to stick everything in plastic bags!
Usually on special offers they give the cheapest packet free.
I buy from Premier Seeds, half the price twice as good.
I dont either, they self seed.
I think its a bit too early yet, unless they wont dispatch until its warmer.
Well done Primrose, so many people too eager to chop down, prune, sow etc. You will be rewarded for waiting.
Much to early for me in Devon as well.
I start sweet peas off indoors and as soon as they appear, put outside in cold greenhouse, or in your case, cold frame.