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If it is not back until July 20 then we will not be getting any coverage of the Hampton Court show which is next week. Seems unusual.
From my experience you will never have truly clear water if you have Koi, they distrub the bottom all the time and your pumps them distribute the particles throughout. One positive is that your brown water hides your fish from passing herons.
It's called fasciation and is caused by damage to the growing tip. It doesn't harm the plant
could it be Butterbur, (Petasites), it spreads very easily and flowers in spring when very few if any leaves are evident.
so do slugs and snails
Lost Gardens of Heligan
They are not frost hardy which is a problem over winter but during the summer (if we ever get one) you can put them outside
Sorry to gloat but this time tomorrow I will be here, Yippee
Leafy one could be a Penstemon
Don't bother with carrots until the soil has been improved for a couple of years, they just won't grow well from my experience