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East Anglia Forkers Outings

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 10:03

I'd love to meet up Topbird

I haven't planned it yet except that I'm going.

In have a local friend who came with me last year and may like to come again but she'll be happy to meet new people. Artjak might like to come if she's free (lovely  walled garden artjak)

 

Mystery stowaway

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 09:57

Pete, you're probably right about it being a houseplant, (tender anyway, possiblya tree) but E. milii is a succulent plant and that doesn't look like one.

A Plum, a cherry and a nectarine tree,

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 09:31

Hi Fisher. Fish Blood and Bone I should think.

You'd be looking for anything alive, insects or larvae, whether it's pot bound, how dry it is. Sometimes when a pot is totally full of roots water and feed just runs round the root ball and out of the bottom,  the plant can't take it up.

Lilac

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 09:25

It will look different rosemummy, you might find you prefer it that way. I agree with Fairy and Dave, it will be better in soil. 

East Anglia Forkers Outings

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 07:24

Bizzie, there are photos on the East Ruston thread from a previous trip   http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/the-potting-shed/visit-to-the-old-vicarage-gardens-east-ruston-norfolk-19/07/14/395875.html 

 

Mystery stowaway

Posted: 24/08/2014 at 07:20

Do rhodos have spines?

East Anglia Forkers Outings

Posted: 23/08/2014 at 23:02

I intend to go to the autumn colour day and West Acre gardens on 20th September.

Lovely garden (ask chicky), a proper nursery, plus visiting nurseries selling plants.

In addition to Castor House which artjak and I and possibly Dove will be visiting next Sunday

Daphne

Posted: 23/08/2014 at 22:49

Hi David, this one is evergreen in the coldest winters and flowers in summer.. I don't think it's going to be a top class garden plants, it's too leggy. Though everything has grown enormously here over the last year and future years might see it thicken up 

Angelica gigas

Posted: 23/08/2014 at 18:25

It's the one with the green leaves

 

Daphne

Posted: 23/08/2014 at 18:23

I've come to the conclusion that this is D,acutiloba as advertised. There's more references on the web now and only one says it's not hardy and I think that site has been translated from another  language and may be suspect. It comes from thousands of feet up a mountain, it must be hardy.

The flowers and shape are right. It's a bit short of scent but I'll see what next year brings. It's a fast grower for a daphne

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when shall I put it back in the garden 
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bee success

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should be an arisaema

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