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I have found that plants do well in soil exposed by removing Leylandii, I removed a large Leylandii hedge last year & everything I planted looks really good, nothing added in terms of fertiliser.
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.