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Mine didn't die back either and I just left it. Mine has more growth at the bottom though.
If it doesn't die back this winter, pretend it has and cut it back as you usually do
Oxalis, I can't remember the other part of its name.
GM, you need that moist, well-drained soil so loved by garden writers
I agree with Dave, some young plants are very young and without any protection they might not see spring
I'm no scientist but something tells me it wouldn't be worth the outlay in time and copper rods.
hollie, I'm just packing up your seeds
It does get about a bit
Perhaps a photo will appear or more info (please)
We're on our way then
The sound of a push mower always brings back childhood and being in bed when it was still daytime.
I've never caught a whiff of that either Berghill. Is it shrub like enough? You'd never mistake mine for shrubs