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I'd wait and taste the blckberries PP. some aren't worth keeping. the extend by making long shoots which touch down and root. Don't let them
there's far less of all the insects Tallulah. Mostly down to destruction of habitat and insecticides.
aubergines. Though the plant was quite attractive
I expect to be planting out the babies this autumn, they'll do much better in soil, look after themselves. some of the foliage will die backbut you can still see them in winter, not like some plants
i'm not familiar with little plants generally but saw a pic in the big bookof plants
I shall be interested to know, sara. keep me informed
try Adlumia fungosa, biennial climber
or one of the climbing dicentras, scandens or macrocapnos. they've changed their nameand I can't remember what they are now but they still come up on a www search
mine seed around like mad. Always plenty of babies
It's a lovely plant. I've heard of ourisia but never seen it Thanks for coming back to us.