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Link to the Barnsdale trip with the group photo on page 13
I might be scary, you'll have to ask the rest of the gang, but no-one else was
I'd do a bit of everything, sow a few now (or when they're brown and ripe) save some to sow in spring and let it seed where it is.
That covers all possibilities.
Those seed pods are Malva rather than geranium. Might be Malva moschata, musk mallow (perennial) or something out of a packet of mixed annuals
Those that write for the papers and mags or perform on the TV I suppose.
Gardening and its presentation to the masses as a competitive sport?
Not for me thanks.
Mildew. Mint is very susceptible. Cut the old stems down.
It's well after midsummer Pete. Some of mine are turning, especially the earlier flowerers and the ones on dry soil
My cuttings record isn't very good OL but I'll be giving it a go
It looks like Physalis, chinese lantern plant to me