Discussion in 'General Gardening Discussion' started by Zigs, Apr 1, 2018.
March thread here
Wallflower just about to burst into bloom My woodland pot looking its best The catkins just about to finish on the Contorted Hazel Flowering Currant now ... erm ... flowering! The pretty rosettes of fresh growth on the London Pride - really happy about this because I dug them up from the garden last Autumn, stuffed it in a pot and it has been outside - yes, in the snow - and is now swinging back into life.
My primroses are still looking nice considering the snow and cold they have had on them.
Pretty show of colour there @martin-f Mine haven't even bothered to come into flower! I had to have a quiet word while I was out weeding
They was in colour before the snow M, they was sat under this lot for days, Hope the quite word has effect for you M
Thank you I only used two: compost bin
@Zigs - I do believe that you're taking the wotsit - I've just pulled at least a hundred of them out today! Anyway, onto happier things; Lachenalia aloides................ Lachenalia aloides by longk48, on Flickr Lachenalia aloides by longk48, on Flickr Corydalis cheilanthifolia.............. Corydalis cheilanthifolia by longk48, on Flickr It's a terrific foliage plant............. Corydalis cheilanthifolia by longk48, on Flickr
Cor! Looks like a fern - beautiful form
I don't expect you to send the plants but were then any seeds please, please @longk
I thought that I was getting seeds for the wild species! Don't worry, I've found some that I missed including one in flower. I'll let it go to seed.
Oh sorry Longk! I thought it was the wild species you were hoisting out, they are the seeds I'm after.
The wild species I can live with but not this invasive weed
Are you after Primroses @Sheal? I've got tonnes in our wee wood, so when! we have a meet you you are more than welcome to a clump/s.
I am looking at primrose. I will keep looking until I find some fading flowers at good price. I want bright colours so I will have to get lucky I think. G.
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