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Butterbur is Petasites hybridus and winter heliotrope is P. fragrans.
I don't think I know either well enough to tell them apaprt
I like the beach
I should think the dianthus by the laburnum.
Probably a friend of one of mine. 'paeony outside loo'
I don't know why lads love either Bilje. There's nothing romantic or erotic about that smell.
My Osmanthus ?burkwoodii is going downhill, literally. It was at the top of a slope and has been sliding down for some time. This last winter more erosion occurred and the shrub is now almost horizontal along the slope. Can I pin this down as a layering? The stem I would like to use is between 3/4" and 1" thick. My fear is of rotting, I know not everything likes that sort of treatment
Same as my bits of paper.
I think that's Artemesia abronatum, lad's love and many other names
If not, its Artemesia something else, there are several shrubby ones
No idea Peanuts. I tried it once and ended up posting an empty box
I looks like butterbur, petasites
Do you think that might be it?
Not an expert either but I'd agree with you there chicky.
We were promised rain yesterday. I watered in the new plants but left the shreddings mulch til after the rain. So do I hope to get rain in the next couple of days or mulch now before it gets any dryer