Hostafan1 says:where's nut?See original post
You don't need me, Josie can do it.
I think 'Bergamo' is a hybrid, M. citriodora is probably one of the parents. This looks more like the species than the hybrid
stump paint is out now. Breathing is in.
They have a reputation for not being long-lived. Cut it as you'd like it to be, but be prepared for a death
Personally I'd either leave it alone or remove it.
if you're going to do it, sow them fresh, don't store them
choisya is very willing and grows in sun or shade
Sarcococca would give you some winter scent
I think that's Nicandra physaloides, aka Shoo-fly plant.
I have ome that don't flower reliably, mostly the tall, late flowering ones. Napellus is OK. I've always put it down to my soil being too dry.
definitely not cannabis but not sure re Basil. They look very familiar.
you propagate wheat by seed, let it seed.
Wheat is quite decorative. Some of it comes from bird seed.
yes it is KOG