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Is it in a pot?
Mine lives outside in the ground. The roots are bit more at risk in a pot.
my guess would be the paeony as well
Do the seed pods look like this?
Ah yes, the virgin email. That's the one that cut me off and left me 3 weeks without any internet.
I'll PM you and hope you get it. it's the same address but gmail.com instead of virgin
Hi fb. I Just wondered if you wanted some Cyclamen hed. seedlings.
I hadn't realised the system wasn't working..
I can't see a purple flower but I can see a very nice snail
how about drying? I don't know how to do it but there are apples in some dried fruit mixes
The series of books by Martyn Rix and Roger Phillips are very useful. Perennials, 2 books, early and late. Trees. Wildflowers. Mushrooms, that's excellent. Annuals and Biennials. Shrubs
I'm not allowed to touch a chainsaw Fg. I can't even use a vegetable peeling knife safely.
Time will tell on the storm stuff.
A cornus of some sort. You might get good autum colour. The young growth might have coloured stems in winter. If it doesn't do either of those it won't do anything else worthwhile