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. They arrived quickly, ie in winter, when it did not seem a good idea to put them in the ground, so I potted them up, but nothing has happened as yet (mid-March) and the plants look completely dead. I also ordered a collection of herbaceous plants, and while
! no wonder you are so knowledgeable. I am a learner, having started gardening in my fifties in a small garden. Much as I'd love more space, I still have a small garden shared with a family and two dogs. I grow as many shrubs and herbaceous perennials as I
. could anybody advice me if i can sow general ripe herbaceous perennial seed directly into small modular cells, rather than sowing into a seed tray and then transplanting into modular cells when the time is right? I am also a fan of hardy annuals and am
or mail order, if you want a tall herbaceous perennial a shrub or tree for immediate planting / effect then buying mail order or online isnt going to deliver the same size or quality of plant you could get from the GC, as it IS going to get a bit bashed
back in a hard winter but isn't herbaceous like C. plumbaginoides. I also had C. griffithii , also shrubby but smaller, that couldn't do the winters. Nutcutlet, I also have c. wilmotty and love it. Most years it has beautiful red autumn leaves as well
. Initially I'd pull those out too. You'll probably not get them all anyway and they are pretty. Right off to work now. Typical, since the weekend finished the weather's been lovely! #1. Could be lovage (herb) could be astrantia major (herbaceous
It has been a stormy day here in the South East of England. I have not been able to do any gardening but I have had a gardening success story. I gave away some of my seeds to a women on freecycle, hopefully one more person converted to the joy of gardening. Couldn't garden if I w...
Here goes the full on month of June Some more photos, hope you don't get bored and just to show the massive gaps... An Invitation to View Junw 2012. Ok,so here is the garden this morning. I could go through and put names on the plan...