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What a nice show. I think the garden has enjoyed the rain this year more than the gardener has. My dahlias are looking good and a lavatera hasn't stopped flowering since June.
Hi, I'm looking for a flowering quince to plant on a north-facing wall. I am looking for a thornless variety as I have a young child. Someone has suggested the 'Storm' range but has anyone any idea where I can get these from? Or has anyone else got
What will be the knock on effect if bulbs, daff's and snowdrops, are flowering now?
Hi everyone. I have a very rampant passion flower which is lovely and had loads of flowers on it this year but they all opened one at a time. Is this normal? Is there anyway to encourage the flowers to open together otherwise it just looks like a
Hi, wondering if anyone could tell me the name of a small flowering plant I was given last year, it has bloomed already about a month to 6 weeks ago but there are new flower stems ready to open again soon. It very similar looking to a Gladioli
Hi all, Any idea what this plant is? I have several growing and they came in a 'bee and butterfly' mix I planted about 3 years ago. To my surprise they come up again from the same rootstock rather than self-seeding. The flowers look a little like
not a good angle but I planted afew of these & they either died or slugs got at them..today has actually got a flower. Like a daisy (red) petals are folded like tubular in shape. very pretty indeed. do I collect seed , will it come up again . thanks
I planted seedlings of Bellis, Sweet William and foxglove in a nursery bed last year to over winter with the intention of planting them into the flower bed this year. They look healthy, although the bellis have holes in their leaves, I thought
I have grown this plant from seed, no idea what it is called the flower forms from the leaves like borgonvillia, I think thats how you spell it. My wife tells me its a wild plant, if it is I am going to fill my garden with them. Can anyone tell me
I have some hellebores in a south facing bed of clay. Normally this is baked solid in the summer but with this wet weather could it have caused the hellebores to flower out of season? The have had new flowers in amidst the seed heads all summer....