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Hi BK, I have to agree with you, it looks sad. It may be past the point of no return
I don't know what expandable compost is but you need something gritty and keep it fairly dry through the winter.
Christopher Lloyd said don't disturb cuttings at this time of year.
What I sometimes do if I have a pot full of roots now is to pot on the whole lot as one lump. That way the roots can be left undisturbed til spring
I'd leave them in those pots, don't let them totally dry out but less water through the winter
They've got their nutrients stored in the bulb Jack, don't worry about that. They'll need some more food after flowering to build up for the next year though
my narcissi in pots have all got roots out the bottom
Wow is a good word for the bottom of a pond
Beautiful day for putting a liner in, I hope you've got the same.
I think you're right PP, it's alyssum, an annual, clusters of 4 petalled flowers.
Iberis sempervirens has it's flowers arranged in circles so tight you can barely count the petals or see gaps between them
I went to the library, then to the GC for some fat balls and by the time I got back it was spitting with rain, later pouring with rain
But tomorrow is another day,
I think so be Bilje