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Can redwoods survive without winter?

Posted: 14/11/2016 at 23:24

I think these are all evergreen aren't they? so not truly dormant. I have no experience of this situation, I grow my plants hard. My gut feeling is they'll struggle with high temperature and low light levels. 

Can redwoods survive without winter?

Posted: 14/11/2016 at 23:06
rabidhedgehog says:

. Do you think they can freeze in just 24 hours when it's around +5?


See original post

 nothing freezes at +5C, freezing point is 0C


It's a difficult decision to make when plants have been grown soft indoors. It's not an easy time of year for hardening off. I'd put them outside on warmish days for a week or 4, then outside at night if it's not freezing. Eventually they'll be hardened off, you'll see a change in appearance, not so soft and green

Snakes head fitillaries

Posted: 14/11/2016 at 22:59

Anne, this is the picture I couldn't get to load in the PM


Questionnaire about gardening for dissertation

Posted: 14/11/2016 at 21:13

Not a questionnaire for gardeners is it.

Iris for pond/marginal

Posted: 14/11/2016 at 19:45

Have you got marsh marigolds to start the season? A variety of irises won't extend it much  by comparison with plants from another genus

Iris for pond/marginal

Posted: 14/11/2016 at 14:00

How big it this pond Angie? How many varieties can you fit in?


If you don't like the variegated I. pseudacorus I'd get rid of it before it goes too far. I have a variety called I. p  var bastardii, a nice cream colour. I don't like the variegated one either. I think it's likely that both of these will seed back to the species yellow. 


I haven't any experience of the others. I have ponds but the water levels are so variable only the tough can stand it.

Bee Conservation Survey

Posted: 13/11/2016 at 22:47

GREAT, THANKS PANSYFACE 

Bee Conservation Survey

Posted: 13/11/2016 at 22:29

YEAH, OK.  DO THAT PANSYFACE, THANK YOU. I CAN TELL WASPS FROM BEES, AS I' M SURE YOU CAN, AND I DON'T USE DEATH SPRAYS.

Bee Conservation Survey

Posted: 13/11/2016 at 21:08

I PRESSED 1. PANSYFACE AND ALL LOOKED OK TIL I GOT TO THE END AND TRIED TO SUBMIT

barrowloads of thick white tubers out of the ground caused by alstroemeria

Posted: 13/11/2016 at 21:06

A sterile plant is one that either doesn't produce seed at all or the seed isn't fertile, (won't germinate)


Invasive roots is another issue altogether.

Last edited: 13 November 2016 21:10:08

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