Does anyone know what these are, about an inch long, live under flower pots.
Last summer photo, no sign of them now
Surrounded by agricultural desert and gravel pits GD
I have a 2 acre oasis of sanity.
as long as you don't get them muddled with the onions you'll be OK
They're F1 hybrids. You pay for that, the cross needs to be repeated every year.
They won't seed true. There will be people on ebay selling seed saved from Sungold tomatoes, they won't be Sungold
en masse describes them well
It's a good time of year for uprooting them, the tops stay attached to the corm better than they do later on.
it was the 'stem white bark type' that put me off the arum idea Dove
More backache Steve
I like that big pebble feature, I missed that when it was posted
I think the picture is needed
My cepahalaria is very leafy at the base and I didn't cut it back in the autumn.
Still not cut back.
Getting very tall but not flowering is interesting.
I wouldn't chop until you know what you've got
I think we need a photo CraighB.
Lots of perennials will make new growth up the stem if you don't cut them back, they make growth from the base if you do cut them.