Pete8 says:we're doing it again nut!Too hot outside to do anything useful todaySee original post
we're doing it again nut!
Too hot outside to do anything useful today
we're good Pete.
It is too hot, just went out to pick sawfly larvae off the solomons seal and have a bite/sting on each hand so retiring to do some paper work now. What do we call 'paper work' now it's all on line?
One of the Lavateras, Tree Mallows
Dovefromabove says:Himalayan balsam doesn't have white sap. However that pic does bear some resemblance to it.Last edited: 17 June 2017 23:07:54See original post
Himalayan balsam doesn't have white sap. However that pic does bear some resemblance to it.
Last edited: 17 June 2017 23:07:54
good, I thought I would have remembered that. It was only those bits of red root that brought it to mind. I think this will be a tricky one due to the limp state of the specimens
ERICS MUM says:The red things might be berriesSee original post
The red things might be berries
the red things will be berries if they're not chopped off
I thought it might be but was put off by the white sap. I haven't handled any lately but don't remember that
have we got a photo posting problem again? I thought that was fixed
Time it was on solid food. It can't live on water for long
if they're around the flowers they won't be there long.
I can see them Jo, they're hypericums, Hidcote or similar style
I have heardthat bees like a large area of flowers to send their mates to so it may be down to what else is there
i like to see shrubs growing in a more natural shape rather than being given a shave all round and making a blob