the uncertainty is what I love. Even the same plants are different every year. You grow something new from seed, something dies and opens up a new space, never boring.
Might be Rhus typhina but really need a close view of leaves and smaller branches
a willow of some sort. Maybe Salix caprea, Goat Willow. Too big for a garden tree unless it's a huge garden.
stored in the GH is the difference fidget. Mine flower later than seed raised because they stay in the ground.
, yes Alan
This is the Grammar Pedants' corner. There are several fully paid up members here.
It's not really 'infesting' is it. Just sitting on it. Might be a soldier beetle or relative. Not harmful to you or the plant
Joyce21 says:Nut, I have placed an order based on Berghill's recommendations plus a few moreIt's nice to have a new project on the go.See original post
Nut, I have placed an order based on Berghill's recommendations plus a few more
It's nice to have a new project on the go.
I'm considering an alpines project. Will have to be potted, small things get lost in the jungle
I had been 'gifted' this ......
Joyce21 says:Fairy, have PMd address.Potterton site is very tempting Have just ordered horticultural git for the trough.See original post
Fairy, have PMd address.
Potterton site is very tempting Have just ordered horticultural git for the trough.
Potterton's Nursery is even more tempting