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Hi prof, it's one of the Sarcococcas, probably Sarcococca confusa
Oriental poppy, yes
No, nothing black, but there is some distortion. I can't find anything on line and I asked on the forum last year and nobody could diagnose the problem. I've chucked the worst offenders or I'd post another photo
Maybe mine are becoming inbred and sick WW.
I don't want to spend real money on new stock until I'm sure the old ones aren't diseased. If I've got a virus it'll just spread
Not impressed with mine this year.
Do they get old and worn out?
Some of the largest are the most disappointing.
I was out early to a meeting and too dark to see if I'd had germinations by the time I got back
Tomorrow is another day
When is less important than how. Replant them and water them in, don't store them or allow them to dry out
and definitely goosegrass as well
not ragwort. Maybe one of those yellow dandelion like flowers, hawkweed, cat's ear or one of those. I've never learned to tell them apart
Forester, I'm always having a fight with something. This is much better than the blackthorn and brambles.
I've had trouble keeping it Verdun. There's not much green to see now and I hope that hasn't died like its predecessor.