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That will do fine Edd
Keep finding them sgl
I'd like some letters Philippa, if there are some going spare, but I can't work out MGWF.
I have some ancient nursing letters, will they impress anyone?
We have metal French doors, they appear to have no gaps but when opened ladybirds fall out
Some good triple barrels between us
I would imagine there are still some in the garden as well.
They don't give up that easily. As Lyn says. they come back with a vengeance
Sternbergia should flower in autumn then get leaves. Mine have been considering the idea for many years.
I expect any daffs I buy to flower the first year Martyn.
I agree they come through when they're ready. Any ideas we have about timing are ignored
They die back in winter, I should think they're ok
(I assume you mean Crocosmia 'Lucifer', if not, ignore my comment)
It must be hard to phrase the questions to avoid any misunderstanding.
Not much of mine floods but enough to answer 'yes'
nut-cut-let (triple barrelled, more impressive than letters after name?)
Strictly speaking Carex is a sedge, newme.
Some of speak strictly, others are happy to call ophthiopogon a grass
Hello newme, are you new or have you had a name change?
Later edit, I've worked it out now
Not sure about settle Charley, mine have grown in leaf but diminished in flower.
A friend grows a variety he says is angustiflola which, (for him) is free flowering