Photo essential (she says, thinking b.......y Carex pendula again)
But if it's not in the UK it could be any number of plants that we don't know about
The diesel should stop everything except the mare's tail.
I think that's Nerium oleander but I've never grown it so can't advise
the chimney might be hard to arrange unless you had a panel that wasn't glass. I think the expansion/heat/contraction would break glass
I use it straight away. No harm yet, 25 years. Don't use anything that's been treated with preservative though.
Iamweedy says:When I look at the title of this thread I cannot help but think about the roses which are eating the deer.See original post
When I look at the title of this thread I cannot help but think about the roses which are eating the deer.
and once you've seen it like that you can't see it any other way can you. Same here, now
plant them, bulbs naturally spend their time in the ground, they gradually dry and die when not in the ground
I think it probably is more about drying out than timing. I think the real Galanthophiles have settled on summer now but. like DP, I'd never find mine then. Mine aren't individually labelled and didn't cost £400 a bulb.