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I can't remember how it started, too long ago. Can't stop now, no better place to be than a garden.
sping and autumn are generally recommended for moving evergreens. If you can get them out with a good rootball they'll hardly notice
Don't think mine are as bad as that
Forester, I have PM'd Oakley Witch as well, and sent her some seed. She hasn't responded which is not like her at all.
That's an enormous plant pinny but in theory you can grow anything in a pot if you provide enough water and nutrients
You' were one of the 'voices of sanity' wb.
I'm sorry you're going but fully agree with all you say.
Thanks for all the advice that's come my way
You're right WW. But I think it's the different narcissi etc that need separating and I don't see how you can do that. I agree, one of this and one of that make a poor show
I bought a rugosa with single pink flowers last autumn. Earlier this summer it flowered, double, no hips, no bees. Now it's flowering again with single flowers, too late for the bees and probably the hips as well
I'd just plant them and see what you get. They won't all flower at the same time but when they do you can mark which are the same and plant those together. It would be difficult to separate the different narcissi etc before you see them in flower