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Lifting you up the forum seneca but sorry, I haven't a clue
Also not a fruit expert but I don't like the look of the bit below the graft
Leycesteria formosa, himalayan honeysuckle. I've never tried cuttings but it self seeds well. If you look around your friends garden you might be lucky enough to find some babies
IT's a good time of year to be starting. Still time to get some bulbs in
Soon I hope or it will be too late. Are there any buds yet?
I think so, it would be a very long winter if they went to bed now
Hi SP, yes they grow easily from seed. They must be ripe if they're falling off so take some with you and sow when you arrive at the new place.
I love all those crawlers and scuttlers around the garden
I spend hours with book and web working out what they are and how they live
I'm sure your right dd.
I was thinking of Thunbergia alata, known as Black Eyed Susan, a tender perennial climber, grown as an annual in our climate. They last for years if you protect them in winter.
We're going here BM
Expecting to meet Dove and Mr Dove as well