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I missed that episode. I think I won't trouble iplayer to find it for me.
I only rake out the dead bits on my stipa but Verdun will know what we should do
Clerodendrom is more of a shrub but not quick. I don't think I've got anything else suitable for sowing now. If I find I have I'll let you know.
I know what you mean Tom. I often miss what's right in front of me
My problem with the search is that I can't remember what the threads were called.
In a heated greenhouse grown on as bedding plant producers do, you'd be OK
That's a useful skill Dove
I find my psychiatric nursing certificate comes in handy
I fear Lyn is right about the early sowing. They're likely to get too leggy to support themselves on a windowsill. Protected like that you won't be able to put them out til all frosts are over and that's a lot of time growing.
It's not a marginal plant, just a damp lover.
Though I have to admit I'm not totally convinced that it is purple loosestrife.
Thanks Berghill. It was quite dry here til very late in the year. Much reduced growth of fungi as well. No ink caps at all or those mauve/blue ones
Don't forget to sex yours when it flowers.