sharp sand is fine when that's what you want, I often use it. But I also want horticultural grit which is somewhat less fine, good for overwintering the cold germinators and putting a layer on top. I don't find sand so good for that
This site has a reputation for being tricky with photos. Might be worth sending pic of the leaves unless they've died back. I can often ID a plant better from the leaves than the flowers
Is it? I'll have to look at that. Thank you.
I've got some tagged RHS at the moment, bought locally, but it's a bit chunky.
I've had that one in the past Lb but nobody seems to stock it round here now. Delivery charges would be high for that weight of stuff
Have a look at Mirabilis jalapa
I can't really see it John. Could you do a photo of it showing the leaves, just as it stands, no hands please
depends on your garden and your style pp.
But they don't look their best cooped up.
Not something I'd choose for a small garden but maybe you have a large garden
No photo Lynn. Start with the camera icon and don't try and upload too large a photo
I've just read the whole thread and seen the bit about thorny spikes, none of those mentioned have thorns have they?