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P. tenuifolia comes from the Crimea but I don't know of a cultivar called Crimea
I have lots
lots and lots
When we arrived at our overgrown jungle there were a few wild plants I didn't want to lose. This one and figwort amongst them. So I nurtured them.
As we cleared the jungle years of seeds started germinating
Thank you Tracey, I'll see if I can file that now
They do like some moisture so don't let them dry out. My most successful one is in shade. The one that got drowned and then frozen the winter before last didn't survive
I wouldn't laugh Tracey. I am much aware of all the things I don't know.
When was the Crimean War?
Tracey's right Mike, you do a good story
Of course I believe you Dove
Same generation Philippa though I felt much younger when I was 64.
Hi Jonny, welcome
It's just a matter of time I think, a few years and you'll be wondering how to contain them
Nothing wrong with rot. It's the natural thing to do
I could never see what was happening Philippa, too many girls around one frog
Not sure if we did anything on plants, nothing that grabbed my attention anyway.
Same generation? I'm 69 this year