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Everything is late lotty. I'd reduce them a little, don't let them dry out, but don't drown them. If they're not taking up water they don't want to sit in it. Then just hope.
Once I knew what I was looking for I had a look through my bulbs list. It is, or was sold as, Chionodoxa forbesii 'Pink Giant'.
I'll make a note of it or I'll be wondering again next year.
I've got another mystery that's nearly out. I'll post when it's ready
I'm finding it goes along just fine for a while then stops completely.
One of the collection of bulbs I bought last year but I don't know what it is.
Watercress in bags from the supermarket always has a few roots or can be persuaded to grow some. That's where mine came from. It's going very well at the moment. The algae in the pond without the watercress is thicker.
One of these cilmeri?
Saxifraga caespitosa, I cheated and looked them up.
sounds like a good place for woodruff, Galium odoratum.
Yes, keep us informed
I'd cut of anything long and straggly but leave the rest, it will green up, give them a good soaking but don't keep them wet.