They look like engineering bricks to me,sharp-looking edges. They'll do OK
You have to watch an OH
Last year I lost a patch of erythroniums to the mower. My fault really, I mentioned widening the path. But I meant later, after I'd taken the plants out
Yes please GD.
Do I ever say no?
Looks like an oxalis, but not one I know
I'd go for Anemone coronaria (de caen )
I don't know much about this one, I killed it very quickly. Lots of member grow it but might not recognise that name.
It's Trachylospermum jasminoides, often called Star Jasmine on this forum.
I like a good poke around Kitty. I find things
Muddyfork is right, if you click on contact us at the bottom of the page it gives contacts for the forum, the magazine, subscriptions, everything
Love the shaving brush description Dove.
bulbs need feeding when they are in leaf. The leaves of alliums have often dwindled before flowering.