They're the most reliably hardy 2
PMd you Kathy
My hederifolium start flowering July/August, usually after a rain, and keep going til nearly Christmas. Coum often have the odd flower for the New Year's Day flower count.
I love those really almost black hellebores but for impact in the garden the lighter ones win every time. I like ophiopogon, but as Verdun says, is lost in the garden.
But not creepy, no
I suggest buying one in flower now and letting it seed, they sort themselves out very nicely and germinate like mustard and cress. One plant will cost no more than a packet of seeds.
My pleasure Jo
Nice pic David
More coming Lorna
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My goodness, you don't even mention the dangers of cars, busesand trains!!
Not sure if it was gardening or not. I shifted a load of concrete slabs I'd placed as a grass path edging years ago. Widening the path and the slabs only served and protection for weed roots at best. Carted them way across the garden to the bits and pieces store. Sack-trolley very handy but bits of me are complaining