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Hi Birdy, Yes, she is the same person.
Turned very hot about 4pm here. raining up til lunchtime
If you're not disturbing the roots they'll hardly know they've been potted on. Do it when you have the moment
that's a lovely site Fg
if it's caterpillars you can see them, pick them off.
I agree. seeds would be too deeply buried under turf.
looks like one of the lysimachias to me
All those old varieties that have been in the traditional vegseed catalogues for years. Not an F1 hybrid. I haven't done this for years Alan and I'm sure there'll be someone who can remember the names.
Go for the ones you like best Alan. It's in the genes. If you've got hybrids of any sort they may not be exactly the same but some of the varieties are pretty stable.
It's what most people did for years and years and years Alan. Many still do