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...I spend far too much and cannot resist. I will resist in 2013, honestly nutcutlet, I know that feeling. blairs- do you grow from seed? It's loads cheaper but comes with additional dangers blairs... but there are loads of perennial plants half
this 'gardener' didn't have much to write about.Not funny, just stupid! I have just loved the orchid I bought 3 yrs ago thinking when it died, well that was it! But it's now growing a new (3rd annual) flower spike and hopefully will bloom again by Christmas
the mess each time and now i still have a lovely garden, so my advice is clear it up and replant things if they are badly damaged but otherwise most hardy plants of mine recoverd from the dogs. It is so refreshing to here this, I spent two hours searching
. Annuals all in and some in flower. All early flowering shrubs finished except for privet. The only Buddleia which survived the winter growing rapidly now. Lots of perrenials finishing now except for the salvias and a couple of later flowering ones
its chucin it down ere so im just catching up with the gar /world see whos saying what and on the radio i just heard the pope has decided to retire at i think 82 years old becouse he feels hes to old fa-the-job and the vatican are saying nobodies ever retired alive before theve a...
Penstemon Tubular Bells None of those are climbers. Penstemon is not frost hardy but is perennial so all will grow back (apart from Lavender of course which does not die back - Hidcote makes a great border hedge plant) @blairs thanks
Find out how to combine annuals and perennials of varying heights in a 'wave' planting, in this practical video guide from Carol Klein.springMore planting advicePlant a bare-root rosePlant a shrubPlant a bare-root treePlant a fig tree