When it comes to separating the scillifolia would you do it when they're dormant or when growth starts in spring?
3 months is very impressive
and I am terrible at remembering where things are when I can't see them. So far, so good
They're lovely plants, I'm developing a taste for them and it's all your fault
The ones in pots go in the cold GH soon.
Lonoicera nitida, that's the most common hedging lonicera. I don't think it's Lonicera pileata that has more of a horizontal growth.
It can be cut back really hard and will re-grow..
Another one to seed into my drive, the best seed bed around.
I've got lots of cautleyoides seedlings coming along as well, year 3 I think, potted on early this year
the seeds you sent me 2 years ago. I have a tiny pink flower
I'd have to let them flower.
They are late flowerers. I don't grow them but have admired a late display in other gardens