Well I must admit I had a little break last week, semi enforced due to work sadly getting in the way both on Friday and on Saturday. Had a little bit more time this week so I am hoping the quality of the plants this week, will allow you to forgive me. It’s been a rather hectic week this week, with nothing really too new at home so I decided to go back to my New Forest garden once more and showcase some of the beautiful plants they have
I hope you enjoyed my 6 on Saturday from my clients garden. If you did please checkout other people’s 6 on the memes founder website https://thepropagatorblog.wordpress.com/ I love seeing other people’s plants and what’s happening in their gardens. Why not give it ago yourself next week and give me a shout so I can take a look
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I innocently planted a Physalis (which my mother always called “syphilis”). The following three years I removed it! None of my Astrantia has flushed twice this year; I think I cut them back a bit later than usual, but then they flowered later than usual. Butterflies don’t damage anything. I don’t kill them, only those pesky caterpillars!
Lol it gets everywhere doesn’t it, spreads for miles but the seed case is amazing isn’t. Have to be honest, not cut any of these ones back this year, missed the time as I was off, agree about the butterflies, tend to leave the caterpillars on the crambes just for a few little catapillers on them
Hi. What should I do about the common pink Japanese anemone thuggishly marauding through my border? I’ll never manage to dig it out so shall I just pull up all the stems I don’t want? Bother, bother, bother I wish I hadn’t planted it!!
P.s. My white ones are fine – very refined – but that pink one is a menace.
Ooh. Grew some physalis from seed this year. Fortunately I think it’s been crowded out and not come to much I was looking forward to the lanterns but perhaps I’m better off without…