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Re-pot Dill Plant?

Posted: 05/02/2017 at 13:01

Dill doesn't transplant well in my experience and I always sow it directly into the garden. But those are much too close together and I think I'd risk pricking them out. Maybe not into singles, then the ones in the middle of a little group won't know they've been transplanted. You could pull out the extras once they've settled into their new space.

Alliums

Posted: 05/02/2017 at 10:45

Just had a look around out there in the almost freezing fog. This garden has hundreds of christophii and I can't see any of them yet


Those that are up were planted very late, (Gee-Tee sale) and are either atropurpurem or 'Miami'. As usual I can't remember what I put where and I haven't grown either before so don't recognise them.

a few queries

Posted: 05/02/2017 at 10:08

the one I can't smell is S. hookeriana 'Winter Gem'. Its label is still sitting on the kitchen table from planting it some weeks ago.

a few queries

Posted: 05/02/2017 at 09:03

My Sarcococca confusa scents a wide area of garden in the worst of weathers. I have another, in flower now, can't remember which one, I can't smell anything.

Annual Wallflowers

Posted: 05/02/2017 at 08:57

if they have lost all their leaves they are dead or as good as dead and won't give a display 

Alliums

Posted: 04/02/2017 at 22:58

one or two of mine are showing but not many

Grass id please

Posted: 04/02/2017 at 22:57

Anemanthele lessoniana, I think so too, though did wonder about one of those brown carex, But I think it's the Anemanthele

Ideal time to sow seeds

Posted: 04/02/2017 at 21:43

autumn sowing is good for the totally hardy plant but neither of those you mention are fully hardy.


I have a forest of cerinthe seedlings but if we get a prolonged very cold spell they won't be there at the end of it

Growing Japanese Anemones frombulbs

Posted: 04/02/2017 at 16:14

I'd put them in pots and nurture them a bit. They're bits of root, not bulbs and it amazes me that those dried up things survive at all. For a plant that can be quite invasive it can be hard to establish, even with fresh bits of root. The sooner you plant them somewhere, the better. roots need to be in soil or compost

Evidence based gardening

Posted: 04/02/2017 at 09:31

I know nothing of plum trees but of course gardening is full of myth and old wives tales, that's life.

Discussions started by nutcutlet

Richard's Clematis

 
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Calling Bensmith412

spam 
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I've been to Barnsdale today

 
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I think it's some sort of geranium

 
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fidget, look at this. Roscoea scillifolia

 
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a couple of oddities

 
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the perils of plant ID

 
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yet another clematis question

 
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feeding the birds

is it good? 
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ponds

for Guernsey Donkey 
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what dunnit?

 
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might be ricinus

 
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Paeony. Is this one worth keeping?

 
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roses from seed on behalf of marksman

 
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Lonicera ID

 
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