Posted: 20/09/2017 at 17:32
Ashley's herb question has been answered on another thread. He - or she - should read it and then organise the info in a way easily accessible to him or her.
As for hydrangea paniculata - not all have yellow flowers. Most have white flowers, possibly with a green tinge, and then fade to pink as they age. The important thing about the paniculata hydrangeas is that they are better for exposed gardens as they flower on new wood so it doesn't matter if they get frosted and stems die back. If that happens to the mopheads and lace caps you get now flowers.
The important thing to know about bellis perennis is that, if happy, it will self sow with gay abandon and become a thug.
Time for Ashley to start reading all this stuff with greater concentration and to start memorising.
I'm with Philippa. No more for me.
Last edited: 20 September 2017 17:33:07