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So, how will they enforce this? They will have a job on there!
i couldnt get the pics before. I looked at the yellow pansy, i think if it was spray damage the leaves would have been spotted with damage, that is a line just around the edge. My pansys and sweet william went like that in that cold snap in april. Not convinced that one is spray.
Yes i agree with all, i couldnt get the pics before.
I have grown Roma and Ferline some in the soil in greenhouse, some in plastic greehouse out side, i also have Shirley, but they are only for greenhouse, they are all2ft tall with 2 trusses.
It looks like chive but i have never had any that are 2ft high.
Depending on where you live, its much to cold to put annual bedding out yet, the white on the leaves is cold night damage. I left a tray of something out last night, and in that short time they have gone white, they wil probably pick up when it warms up a bit.
They will grow 2 shoots from the base, so perhaps the slugs have done you a favour, saves you picking them out.
Please go easy on the slug pellets, i only put about 4/5 per plant if that.
Just reading back on this thread! I wonder how the person got on that planted 3 seeds direct in a grow bag!(in november)
My tomatoes are 2 ft talland have 2 lots of flowers, i wouldnt give much hope for seeds just sown, they wont have long enough warm
Light days to ripen.
Also, if you do try to grow it in a container and use soil from the garden centre, it only has nutrients in to last six weeks, you will need to scrape off the top few inches every so often and renew.
I have some at that exact stage.. the stems look a little thick for a young clematis on the other one.