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The one I split in Autumn and put in the ground are just about showing.
I've 3 clumps of it, all only a couple of inches high at most, I find Dicentra grow rapidly so I wouldnt worry too much.
John Innes no.3 Becca
They look just like mine, caterpillars eat the leaves over Winter. Im not bothered as they bounce back very fast in the next few months
Also a bigger pot, it looks quite small and is also porous, it may struggle for water in the season coming
On a second look I have to agree with Gillian, definitely a kniphofia
Had 1 in the garden last year bug dug it out as it took up too much space.
A lot of Azaleas look tired at this time of year. Just wait and soon enough it will flower and produce an abundance of fresh leaves
Today was Tomato sowing day. Going for 4 different varieties this year including some beefsteaks
also planted out a Hellebore/Wallflower and some Bellis Daises.
Topped up my pots with some fresh compost too
Evergreen. Jasminum Polyanthum, The smell is absolutely incredible. I would suggest it would suffer at anything below -6 though.
I'll try get a picture of it tomorrow for you so you can see how tough it is.
That was it Last Summer. Been planted there since 2013 and is doing great, Winter just gone never bothered it in the slightest.