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Thanks Fidget bones.
Thanks Rose mummy. It is such a pretty plant, I would like to be able to see it from the kitchen. I will give it a try when the seed head forms, ready for next year.
Three of my aquilegias have finally flowered, two pinks and a purple. My tallest and most floral is hidden out of view (self seed) are they easy to move and if so when is best?
Does anyone know what this is? It is a climber, the leaves and flowers are waxy and it has a sweet scent. Many thanks Sara x
Having seen my fully open for the first time they have 3 layers, the two you can see plus a centre stem. I was not prepared for the most amazing scent! My garden was heady last night!
My Sunflowers and my Angels Trumpet!
Another couple of quick questions if anyone can help me, the colour seems to be changing daily, is this normal? And is this considered a double?
Oh wow! I seriously thought the cold would kill it off! I don't have a green house but have a big bay window in my kitchen and it spent last winter there, I shall do the same this winter.
thanks Fidgetbones, I need to look up about cutting back as I have no idea! Mrs Garden my friends has sad leaves, the only difference between us is that I fed my tomato feed, not sure if this made a difference.