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Which cyclamen are you referring to Rosie? My hederifolium and coum get better every year, though cilicium isn't so willing.
Hederifolium has made tubers the size of dinner plates now with dozens of flowers per plant
3 or 4 years to flower I think but I lose track of time
Our NYD flower count Tetley
Number of plant types, not number of blooms. Fully out and not so frosted they're unrecognisable
3 years on the forum but I've been practicing for years.
If this weather carries on we'll have a record New Year's Day flower count
Two Wests have been around for years (formerly two wests and elliot). I'm surprised they're resorting to this stuff.
PS, if you hit return after posting a link it makes it live for everyone. Some devices don't seem to manage them otherwise
Most fungi are harmless, many are beneficial. They're not likely to be visible at strawberry time. They have a very short life above ground
That's the one
Out of date name Hostafan.
Pity I can't remember what it's called now.
maureen, I posted this on a bird ID site and the consensus was european blackbird.
A knowledgeable local friend said it was a juvenile blackbird (not european)