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A cold frame or cold GH would be suitable now, they won't need keeping warm.
trifid, read your earlier post
If the seeds have germinated they don't need to go back in the fridge
trifid, seeds or seedlings?
A friend used to cut her Iris unguicularis right back after flowering. I've never done that, I thought it would need its leaves. They are very tatty though.
What do other people do?
Worn out thread.
The birds can line their nest with that, best without poisons
The will pansyface, there's always a lot of stuff that I don't get around to clearing up, they love it
I made hay while the sun shone. Raked out Stipa gigantea, I tried to upload a pic but got an error message I'd never seen before. Dried grass everywhere.
and lots of other dead stems removed
They need to stand cold over winter Janet
A forum member gave be some seeds a couple of years ago and they germinated well
I forgot to mention Cornus mas, primroses, rosemary, Iberis sempervirens, Iris unguicularis and Erodium pelagonifolium the last have been flowering non stop since the snow went away the year before last.