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Astrantias are pretty tough and cope with whatever weather they get. If it's not performing I'd scrap it
Snoodle, I think you were right to leave off the perforatum
That's one of the shrubby ones in the pic H patulum maybe. Perforatum is of a lighter stature, a herbaceous perennial
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I forgot to say that the American land cress doesn't need any standing or running water , That's because it's not watercress Rb
I forgot to say that the American land cress doesn't need any standing or running water ,
That's because it's not watercress Rb
Looks very rosy to me
I've got one that flops, Charles de Mills. I'm going to get OH to build me a metal spiral for it to grow through
Fasciation is quite common generally, I don't know about lilies
It wasn't mine Peanuts. Just like any other pelagonium I should think but don't ask me what that is. I only do hardy plants
You'll always find conflicting advice Flora
Some people spray everything that moves 'just in case'
All part of life Flora.
please do. could be impressive. Have you got it staked? there'll be a lot of weight there
Division I should think emmajanie. Which foxglove did you buy?