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They will flower eventually but may take a year or 2. Depends if you want more of the same or not..........
Really need to wait til they have another set of leaves apart from their baby ones, wont be long now!
Sorry, Im new to this and dont know how it works yet!
"It" is a blueish ,crusty Lichen growing all over the stems of the bushes.
Any help will be appreciated.
This is growing all over my gooseberry bushes.... will it kill them?
They dont seem to be growing nice new shoots these days.
How can I get rid of it??
It is blue ish colour and crusty.
Ive got Champagne Rhubarb..... lovely stuff, with sticks about 3 feet long, lots of juice and makes superb wine! Really robust plants about 4 feet across. A mix of red and green stalks so you can choose what colour you want too.
Cadging spares from friends helps too, or taking bits from their plants to grow on. I always take a plastic bag with me when visiting a garden...... bits drop off all sorts of things and lots of them will grow! Wanted a Bay tree so bought a pot of Bay... and there were 15 separate bits in it, Have just passed on the rest via raffles and pursuasion. Box grows well too if you want to grow Box Balls.
Ive found them to be unpredictable too. Any tips on how to keep them going after they have flowered???
Dont think they go to sleep at all!
Is it a Moth orchid? If so they dont like to be wet or in a draught. In nature they grow on trees I think, so that tells you. They seem to like to be misted with soft water too, but not too often . Thrive on neglect really.
I have decided that moss is indestructible! My patch is on a slope.
always dry.. the water runs off.
is fed mosskiller annually
or twice a year if I feel moved
and STILL the "Lawn" is 90% moss!