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I should think so Mikey, I had some in pots all last summer because I didn't get round to planting out. Keep it in the shade
Ditto the first, astilbe or actaea, they don't do hot and dry
I have had loads of thorn apple, datura stramonium, germinate in pots in previous years
I think the second could be a dicentra but not the big bleeding heart.
D. eximia or formosa or one of the hybrids. If it is it's not one for a hot dry rockery
Not necessarily this one but that sort of thing
What do they supply to measure 0.5ml? A mini syringe?
They do Lyn
Dolichos lablab, aka Lablab purpureus
I've grown those. Got them from Chiltern Seeds I think though it's a long time ago.
Pol hasn't done much posting but there's a link each time
Well worth throwing in Dove, strong contender.
I hadn't seen it like than. Mine doesn't come up in a clump it puts up a shoot here and another one there
I'm always a bit puzzled by those who are determined not to use a chemical designed for a job but are willing to use some other chemical
No chemicals I understand completely
It might look like it at midnight but not at 8am
This has leaves in pairs and it coming up to flower at the top