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Berberis is surely always thunbergii
Thunbergia gets you another genus. Something in the acanthaceae family.
Busy man that Thunberg
Worth bringing pond dipped water in for the microscopic life.
Dragonfly larvae and the like are often in the sediment at the bottom. Stinks a bit but soon settles.
If they're in the area GCNs may just move in given time. They did here
What plant is your hedge made from arthur?
Not impossible Bob, it's not far away from where I had N. affinis for the last couple of years. Never had a self sow from those but never had such a mild winter before.
I will protect and keep an eye on it
Should be good then. My grass doesn't get weed/feed or watered and the clover stays green longest.
The weed part of weed and feed (if you use that sort of thing) wil lkill it
Might be done for manslaughter KEF, I don't grow veg but I eat it and I don't think it's veg
What's micro clover?
White clover is lovely in lawns, bees love it
Not chard no, I don't grow it but I eat it