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Erigeron karvinskianus in a pot?

fizzylizfizzyliz Posts: 325
Can Erigeron karvinskianus be planted in a pot on a wall? I have a few too many now and wondered if this would be suitable? Pot is 15cm diameter at top. Thanks!
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  • JennyJJennyJ DoncasterPosts: 6,134
    Worth a go. It seeds all over here, including into pots.
  • GardenerSuzeGardenerSuze South NottsPosts: 1,207
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    @fizzyliz Yes you can I would add plenty of grit to the mix. 
  • FireFire LondonPosts: 14,127
    They need a lot of watering in a pot.
  • fizzylizfizzyliz Posts: 325
    @GardenerSuze @Fire @JennyJ thanks! May give 1-2 a go in there 😊👍
  • FireFire LondonPosts: 14,127
    I could look at BenCotto's photos of clay and brick all day. So beautiful.

    After years of growing the stuff I found my first self seeder in paving yesterday and am unreasonably delighted. I suspect the slugs missed a bit.
  • fizzylizfizzyliz Posts: 325
    Fabulous @BenCotto thanks for sharing!

  • GardenerSuzeGardenerSuze South NottsPosts: 1,207
    I grew them in a pot on a warm patio. The following year I had hundreds of them in the block paving. Looked so lovely they have been there ever since .You can walk on them and they don't seem to mind, I love to see them seeding on steps Some years ago after a cold winter they all but disappeared and not just in my garden. I found one tiny plant and have kept them ever since Beautiful!
  • TheGreenManTheGreenMan Tyne & Wear Green Belt Posts: 1,562
    I grew them in pots for years before I had a garden. They seemed to be ok with not being watered much once they were established. 
  • fizzylizfizzyliz Posts: 325
    @GardenerSuze sounds lovely! ☺️ They found a good plant to have too 😊
    That’s good to know @TheGreenMan - thanks 👍
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