Posted: 31/08/2016 at 18:45
Ladybird, both good choices.
Broadway lights? You can pot on or plant it out in good sunlight and soil with good drainage. It will suffer if grown in too dark or damp a spot. It will not like clay soil over winter so,I would prefer to pot on.
Geum Totally Tangerine is a different story. I find it a very adaptable plant, very vigorous, very floriferous (and it flowers well too..ahem! ) and a good candidate for division. It copes well in partial shade and enjoys good soil.
I divide Totally Tangerine every 2 years as it gets big but I also want more of those orange flowers around the garden. I have at least half a dozen plants in 3 litre pots ready to plant out in autumn. For me it is evergreen. Forget the flowers that might pop up; divide it now, cut it in half and plant them or pot them. They will flower their socks off from March to mid summer. If you regularly deadhead you will have flowers all through summer.
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