Do you mean species, as in Ilex aquifolium, I. crenata, I verticillata? or you you mean cultivars, like 'Silver Queen', 'Golden King', 'JC van Tol',
Do you want to hybridise or just get berries?
looks like honesty to me
the treatments are to promote germination. They've germinated, get them into some compost and light.
I think I'd do it as they're dying down, after they've finished building up the bulb for next year.
Not so good if it's lost last summer's leaves and the new ones have gone brown. I'd put it out anyway but could be terminal.
Native UK plants don't do well indoors
willow will do that
It's winter, oak leaves go brown for winter then fall off. If needs to be outside asap before the new leaves start growing.
I would have put it outside, it's where they live. They can't hibernate (or whatever they do in winter) in a warm house but are unlikely to find much to eat.
Kitty 2 says:I think Philippa may have had the Indian one, and that's why I said the leaves looked different. Hope she didn't eat it.See original post
I think Philippa may have had the Indian one, and that's why I said the leaves looked different. Hope she didn't eat it.
My memory for these things is poor but I think I may have sent Philippa the seeds for that
I doubt if she's eating it, I'm certainly not.
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I love moss, so many different species. Interesting group. Worth studying