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keep meaning to do that. Is it better to have them in the sunniest window or a bit less sun
If someone has left the forum, rather than just stopped posting, I don't think you'll be able to find anything.
But it might just be that the PM system gone a bit weird
sounds like plumbaginoides. Very floppy and 'all over the place'
wilmottianum has stiff upright stems, a shrubby look to it
something's happened in my messages. They're all mixed up and not in date order any more. I think I may have an unread one in there somewhere but it will take some finding
lovely. Thanks skyrunner
I'll see if I can get a photo tomorrow Verdun. I haven't found it too much of a speader in the ground but I will be keeping it in a pot now. It never looked that good in the ground
I don't get much in the way of tints from willmottianum Verdun.
Is griffithii not so hardy? I grew some from seed a few years back but they died in their first winter outside.
Plumbaginoides is stunning. I'd take you a photo if it wasn't dark
those yellow Ribes ?alpina/aurea have gooseberry shaped leaves and purple berries
Good idea getting signed off Panda. You need a bit of space for head sorting. Good luck