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It was the end of March that I first had a go at propagating plug plants by rooting cuttings, as described by Which? Gardening. The verbena cuttings were developing roots within 2 or 3 days and the tiny fuchsia cuttings soon after … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening, Gardens Tagged cowslip, cuttings from plug plants, fritillary, fuchsia, petunia, verbena 7 Comments
I am not sure that it has been the warmest day of the year so far as weather forecasters seemed to be predicting, although we did have a very sunny morning after what has certainly been the mildest night of the year. … Continue reading
A Risky Venture
If I had realised what a risky venture it was I wouldn’t have put the first coat of preservative paint on the lychgate yesterday, as much of it has washed off as it had little chance of drying since then because … Continue reading
Posted in garden structure, Gardens, Weather Tagged fritillary, hellebore seedlings, rhubarb forcer 10 Comments