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Is my heuchera Cherry Cola now 2 plants?

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  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 47,289
    Lookin' fine @jamessayersbrown :)
    Those tiny leaves at the base all look new, so I'd say that's a success. 
    Is the one in the big pot the original plant, or are they both bits you've taken off?

    It's a place where beautiful isn't enough of a word....


  • TheGreenManTheGreenMan Tyne & Wear Green Belt Posts: 1,603
    edited August 2020
    No @Fairygirl the original is in this pic from this morning (all battered from the winds we've had in the last 48 hours). There's another one to come out but it's a big one so I'll wait to see how these two fair. 

    Thanks @philippasmith2 I just worry too much. If something dies I feel terrible. Haha. 



  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 47,289
    Good stuff. They'll be fine.
    You'll be overrun with them once you get going  :D
    It's a place where beautiful isn't enough of a word....


  • TheGreenManTheGreenMan Tyne & Wear Green Belt Posts: 1,603
    Fairygirl said:
    Good stuff. They'll be fine.
    You'll be overrun with them once you get going  :D
    I really will!! I bought three new ones just before I knew this could happen!! 

    I'll have to give some away as I have very little space. 
  • FireFire North LondonPosts: 16,424
    edited September 2021
    Great colours! And great propagating success! How are they doing now?

    And how is the woodruff and veronica?
  • TheGreenManTheGreenMan Tyne & Wear Green Belt Posts: 1,603
    @fire The heuchera are doing very well.  I brought one here with me and gave the others to family.

    I was only "allowed" two trips in the van with the plants and couldn't fit everything in!

    The woodruff and veronica are romping away.  I put half in a border at the edge of the decking and some in a big gap at the bottom of the garden under the leylandii as an experiment.

    The one under the leylandii is growing quicker than the one in the border.

    My plan is to take some cuttings in spring and pop some in the front.  I wanted to watch and see how they are first :)
  • FireFire North LondonPosts: 16,424
    Great!
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