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Yes it can. I think late winter is the time. Some people cut them back very hard every year for large leaves and no flowers.
That's good Charlie
no gardenmaiden, those are tree paeony seeds. Sow them tomorrow in gritty compost and leave outside til they germinate.
I had loads of ramshorn snails up till last year. I haven't seen any this year
I love a bargain
I don't know what variety my euonymus is (was). It's got two areas of different reversions on it now, one with much larger leaves. That doesn't include the reversion to green which I cut off.
Could be, it's quite a popular one
That's good, I didn't think I'd send seeds wrapped wet
Glad the tree paeonies arrived OK Gardenmaiden
The others were nothing to do with me were they? (Short memory here)
Yes, euonymus, there are lots. No idea which either