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Anemones

Posted: Yesterday at 21:55

I guessed 


I haven't much experience with these, mine did a couple of years then never reappeared. I think you'd be fine to put them in pots as long as they can be somewhere sheltered. wet and freezing for long in a pot might be the end of them.


You may get some advice from someone who knows them better

Anemones

Posted: Yesterday at 20:38

I think  this group are best described as hardy unless it gets too cold, in well drained soil and maybe a bit of protection in the winter.

Anemones

Posted: Yesterday at 15:49

differing views re hardiness probably because there are so many different species from different parts of the world. What have you got?

South Easterly Gardens

Posted: Yesterday at 14:22

My theory is that you shouldn't choose a house. Choose a garden and take the house that stands in it. It's worked well for me

Proffessional garden design - worth it?

Posted: Yesterday at 14:05

Will it be truly yours if you employ a garden designer?


Rather than TV and Chelsea bling, (very unreal), why not go and have a look at some real gardens and see what could be integrated into your patch.  


My National Gardens Scheme plug of the day   http://www.ngs.org.uk/    


John Brookes has written some good books on garden design. so have others but I can't remember their names

What are these?

Posted: 17/01/2017 at 20:40

but easy enough to remove, it doesn't spread by roots

What are these?

Posted: 17/01/2017 at 15:07

Native wild flower, weed is a term of abuse


I like it, pretty leaves and flowers

What are these?

Posted: 17/01/2017 at 13:39

the first looks like some sort of heuchera


the second, Chelidonium majus, Greater Celandine. No relation the Lesser celandine, 

Coral Spot?

Posted: 15/01/2017 at 21:12

 sorry

Coral Spot?

Posted: 15/01/2017 at 20:39

As you suspect, coral spot affects only dead wood so your only hope is to remove all the dead wood to well below the obviously dead bits and just above a bud. If this can't be done, or leaves nothing, then there is nothing you can do.

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