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Geranium leaves, lovely. Never really noticed the currant.
Eleagnus I love as well, umbellatus, angustifolia and ebingeii. Could sit downwind of any of those for ages.
I did a very lazy dianthus propagate. Mrs Sinkins got leggy so I spread her out and covered the woody parts in gravel. Looks like several plants now and going well. Might extend it further this year.
I will have, later in the season. Remind me if you don't find another source.
Much better idea Welshonion. Instant for the slug and harmless to everything else
Have we all got a scent we can't stand? I like Mahonia (unlike Highland Jeannie) but I hate privet and philadelphus
I prefer the Monty Don approach to all that frenetic over excitement we see so much of on the box
Amazingly awful? no, that's not true, they're not awful just not much. But that's just my opinion
Physalis peruviana? never heard them called Inca berries before. I know several people who have grown them and say they're very easy. Don't taste of much, maybe an aquired taste
Sorry marty, these don't flower til it's too dark for my photo skills.
But I did just post a couiple of butterflies on the buddleia thread.
Can't have too many.