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etc....I have lifted some and put them into a pot of earth - they has started to produce baby bulbs. Hydrangea arborescens - incrediball - I bought these and one has put on a lot of growth - do I/should I cut it back to form a tighter plant or let
15 years ago my dear Mother in Law gave me an Amaryllis bulb for Christmas. I have kept it in growth all this time and get flowers every year. I divided the bulb several years ago and now have two pots full of both large and small bulbs. I wonder
from a single bulb? I would be very grateful for advice. I'd tend to seperate them a wee bit. You should have some idea of their ultimate size & giving them more room would help. If they are going into another pot then it's less of an issue. J. If you
My North Yorkshire Garden - I took the past two years off so that I could design and build my new back garden - the gardens north facing with six tall and looming pines trees towering above - don't mention pine needles!!, and after many hours of digging and making sure my garden ...
,lily bulbs and a few anemones (early feb ) parts of my garden do get the sun but its not full sun all day ,i really would like some advice on things i can do right now thank you Lillies are fine-put dahlias out now and you will lose them -way,way too
Just mowing my lawn and noticed a distinctly bad smell coming from tubs with daffs in. Closer inspection, I noticed the Crown Imperials which I planted two autumns ago (September 2011) are finally growing. Can't believe it. I'd given them up for dead when nothing appeared at a...
mistake.One of the very earliest flowering bulbs in many gardens is Iris reticulata, which is flowering away right now. It has the same shaped flowers as its early summer cousins with hanging falls, but without the distinctive beards (more like Siberian
November is the month to plant tulips. There are few things more wonderful in this world than to cradle a tulip bulb in your hand; the rustling wispy-crispy skin and the smooth, slightly clammy flesh. Supremely organised and efficient gardeners
of pride and fall. So my dilemma is this: I've already got bulbs and some violas in the garden, all just starting to sprout and thanks to the very cold Spring, but they seem to be surviving. Once it warms up I have dozens of annual plants that I intend