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They've got their nutrients stored in the bulb Jack, don't worry about that. They'll need some more food after flowering to build up for the next year though
my narcissi in pots have all got roots out the bottom
Wow is a good word for the bottom of a pond
Beautiful day for putting a liner in, I hope you've got the same.
I think you're right PP, it's alyssum, an annual, clusters of 4 petalled flowers.
Iberis sempervirens has it's flowers arranged in circles so tight you can barely count the petals or see gaps between them
I went to the library, then to the GC for some fat balls and by the time I got back it was spitting with rain, later pouring with rain
But tomorrow is another day,
I think so be Bilje
Have you got a close up of flowers and leaves of yours LF?
and when does it flower and how tall is it and what sort of seeds does it have
and does it die back to nothing in the winter or is there a clump of leaves?
Hard to tell, can't see any detail. I had a look at the programme and still can't see.
Could be one of the tall, yellow thalictrums. T. flavum maybe