Wish I could come too, we don't live a million miles away from Rutland and Geoff Hamilton was brilliant, I have many of his books and watch his DVDs all the time.I am sure you will all have a fabulous day
Come along Susie - the more the merrier
Dove, you need to check your emails
where are you susie?
I have plants that are surplus to requirements that could be brought to Barnsdale
1 Ribes odoratum, yellow flowers, scented. well rooted cutting from last summer
2 pots Begonia evasiana, last year from the little bulbils. Very hardy plant for dry shade eg under trees.
a 2 year old from seed (maybe 3) Paeony, Molly the Witch
3 pulsatilla vulgaris from seed last year mainly standard purple but occasional white
1 Lathyus sylvestris, climbing pink sweetpea type flower that grows well in shade
Could I have a begonia , Nut. ?
It should go under the oak. I didn't realise begonias could be hardy.
I have allocated 1 white buddleja for Panda via Dove.
three Roscoeas spoken for.
Alsi I have up for grabs
Buddlejas rooted cuttings in globosa, pink, white, or variegated with reddish flowers.
I have lots of touchwood aquilegia seedlings. The collection numbers are
1991, 1758, 1966, 1886, 775, 691, 1711, 1722, 1858, 1865, 1683, 1358, 1307.
You can see pictures of the mother plant on Touchwood site or Touchwood flicker photos. They are mainly doubles with yellow and another colour.. apricot, cerise, black, orange, red, purple etc. See Touchwood specials.
Now I definitely wish I could come
Of course, as aquilegias are promiscuous little beasts, they could produce anything.....