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Let's hasten the winter! What are you looking forward to flowering in spring?

Posted: 15/12/2015 at 12:38

Your place isn't called "hosta towers" by any chance Hosta? 

Maureen,,your hosta will "disappear" .  Hey presto! In spring you will see it again....but watch those snails 

Let's hasten the winter! What are you looking forward to flowering in spring?

Posted: 15/12/2015 at 12:18

I almost added hostas myself Hosta.  hostas in early spring are so colourful when new leaves unfold.  This spring I will have quite a few to look forward to 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 15/12/2015 at 11:51

Morning folks

Pat I much prefer your Gardening Australia progs to our own here.  

Dry very, very warm early morning, rain now but already clearing. 

Good news Lily Pily 

since Punkdoc is laid up I will certainly get a head start on him with my cannas this year.........?  If he is competitive he will rise to this; hopefully 

placed an order for the latest agastaches.........I'm going to need someone else's garden to grow everything 

Overwintering Dahlias

Posted: 15/12/2015 at 07:24

We are lucky hosta we can do that.  I always have a few tubers in the gh over winter as they are with no profection at all.  Never fleece anything at all in gh for example 

 

Daffodils are sprouting too early!

Posted: 14/12/2015 at 23:13

Come on birdyboots.  You're having a laugh . Every 4 years my old dad told me, same as my birthday.  good one tho...you almost got me there you little devil you 

Overwintering Dahlias

Posted: 14/12/2015 at 22:00

Disponded, if the sawdust is DRY it should be fine.  

Let's hasten the winter! What are you looking forward to flowering in spring?

Posted: 14/12/2015 at 21:46

Taraxicum officinale B3?

Let's hasten the winter! What are you looking forward to flowering in spring?

Posted: 14/12/2015 at 20:10

Hazel, check out Thunder and Lightning if you like knautias.

Let's hasten the winter! What are you looking forward to flowering in spring?

Posted: 14/12/2015 at 19:05

ok, the worst of winter to come but what perennial are you looking forward to seeing flowering in spring.  Excluding hellebores and other late winter stuff.  Those that flower when spring is well and truly established and we have had a few weeks of sunshine.

dicentras, astilbes, euphorbia polychroma and anchusa for me to start you off ....(ssssh! I'm really looking for another plant or two so imagination please folks 

The Secret History Of The British Garden

Posted: 14/12/2015 at 18:07

Yes, nice gentle prog.  Without giving away too much I hope my favourite plantsman, Adrian Bloom features.

nice to watch with a Baileys and a huuuuuuuuge lump of cheese 

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