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They normally have the variety named on the packet
I found that pelargoniums attracted whitefly so badly that I got rid of the plants & now have no whitefly in the conservatory at all.
Yes you can pot them up now , just keep them away from any frost
Caltha palustris , Marsh Marigold, available in single & double forms
I grow mine in pots , in the Autumn I stand them in the greenhouse to dry out then they spend the winter in the garage
If a company fails to address a problem then they are a ''Bad Guy''
Surely if a company deals with a problem promptly that's a good thing?
I have one of the Truecall answer machines, no unwanted calls get through to my phone at all.
Clivia, Hosta, Canna, Hemerocallis sowed so far.
My cat is always chewing on my Hemerocallis leaves