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  • TimmyMagicTimmyMagic Greater LondonPosts: 111
    @Mr. Vine Eye Okay, good to know. Thanks!
  • TimmyMagicTimmyMagic Greater LondonPosts: 111
    @Mr. Vine Eye @Anna33 @Janie B @Littlegrower

    * Update *

    I followed @Mr. Vine Eye's advice and let them grow a bit. This is them a month ago, outside to harden: 



    They were still very floppy. I put them in bigger pots and propped up with sticks. I left them in pots outside for a week or so, then planted them in the garden. This is one of them today:



    And a close-up:



    What a beauty eh? 

    I have about 20 of them dotted around the garden, but this is the best so far. I did lose one or two (under / over watering, slugs / not sure) and some are still a bit bendy, but the majority are doing well and coming into bloom.

    Thanks again for the advice. 
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