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After 11 years all the roots will be tangled up together and I wouldn't want the job of moving them and keeping them alive. Yews make large roots very quickly and the chances of damaging them are high
Dove and Welshonion. I think you're both right. There's buttercups and geum in there. Geum urbanum maybe. Wood avens
Good heavens Fishy. My plant knowledge is tiny. Hardy perennials and shrubs. That's the lot.
Alpines, tender plants, half hardies? nothing,
and veg grow at Sainsbury's
Are you still sober Verdun?
and happy birthday to all those I missed
Hi Chris, White sands is a cultivar of something, probably P. lactiflora. This is a species but I don't recognise it, sorry landgirl
landgirl I'll PM you
Mine looks rough now Dove, I haven't tried but I should think if I pulled gently all the stems would come free. Don't forget where she is, expect her back next year.
Just went and pulled, most are loose but I tend to leave them there till I've finished other autumn works to remind me of her location.
That's fine, I like Allium triquetum and I haven't got a rockery for them to seed into.
A lot of the alliums are invasive aren't they, A. christophii comes up everywhere.
Thanks Dove. Not sure about the allium, it looks like chives with angular stems but it was £1 and had made 3 plants
I've got Ipheion (spelling?) pushing through in a pot.
2 sorts of muscari as well