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Is there any sign of red pigment anywhere?
It looks a rather lovely pure white in the photo
I have 4 whitebeams, the natives, not the fancy ones. One is doing just what Peter's is doing, the others are bare.
On a reassuring note, this is not the first time I've seen one or more do this.
I think it will depend on what's left at the bottom Mark. If it's too low to get the clean cut below it and the break is rough then water will get in and then rot. If you can get a clean cut you should be OK
Still wet here and b........y cold
Hi Vic, it looks like any white hellebore doesn't it?
I'd email that photo to your supplier and ask where the red veins and edging are
A bit of heavy wet white lumpy stuff but mostly a lot of rain and still raining.
Might be another round over night
I'm always talking about growing less from seed Lyn but it's a bit of an obsession. All the shrubs and perennials are sitting out there now getting their chilling with more to follow in spring
Shrubs from seed generally means a year or 2 nurturing in a pot at least, maybe more.
I must be nuts
Less little gems that need me to constantly protect them from the big bag weeds
I think it looks suspiciously like it Edd
Where are you john-john?