I have adblock plus Sue but still see the posted photos on the Samsung netbook. I haven't done anything except download it, that's as far as my IT skills go.
I'm pretty sure this arrived in compost here. It appeared in too many seed pots in one year to be a coincidence and isn't a local weed
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The layout is a bit trying... but the CONTENT is the best
yes, true Chloe
You could plant a pot full, I often do that, but they wouldn't flower well and upright if you separated them
The bits at the bottom look OK, I'd cut off those long discoloured bits and if the roots have filled the pots, pot on. They grow quickly.
Maybe, it depends whether it's cross-fertilised with another colour. If you had a patch of mixed ones it could produce anything.
If you take cuttings the plants will be the same, they are bits of the same plant. Changes can occur with seed raised plants
sounds like a great place you've got there kathie
builders sand isn't the same as sharp sand, It has a softer feel and is just right to form cakes with addition of cement and stick the bricks together really well.