good effect of a wet summer

nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,088

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Cardamine quinquefolia, never had as many flowers as this in all the years it's been here.

 

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  • figratfigrat Posts: 1,619
    Ooh, lovely. You've reminded me to take a walk along a nearby stream, the field's quite boggy and wild cardamines thrive there. No chance of growing them in my garden, the soil's like dust.
  • clogherheadclogherhead Posts: 506

    without being caught could gather some off the wild plant and mimic its growing conditions

    Derek

  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,088

    Haven't seen any sign ofmy C. pratensis this year figrat but I'm sure it will be back. We're too dry for a reliable display. A shade plant without doubt hollie hock though may cope with a bit of sun if it had anough moisture.

  • figratfigrat Posts: 1,619
    I think propagation's quite easy from leaf cuttings, so that's minimal disruption to the plant, and I do have a tiny pond, so maybe I'll try that Derek.
  • What else did will do well this year beause of last year's wet weather?

    Here's a couple for your starter for ten...camellias, most spring flowering bulbs

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