I think that's it Dove, as with a lot of other plants (and drugs)
Denno, talking to plants is perfectly normal behaviour
Damage from euphorbia sap isn't inevitable. I've often had it on my skin and only been damaged once.
They don't like being transplanted but if you gently tip the contents from the pot and plant them without disturbing the roots they'll be quite happy
get a good thick stem, not one of the long, thin dangling weepy bits
Yes they will.
They must be very cold when you put your feet in them if they're outside.
More journalists' scare stories SG?
There are more ladybirds in my garden now than there were in summer.
I posted this after the NYD flower count but here it is again
They're usually in the GCs a bit later, they're not hardy.
Often called Ipomoea plus a cultivar name. Nice colours and leaf shapes, never been tempted though
Nice roasted as well
or mixed with spuds in a mash
or in a soup,
or in a risotto