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jean6jean6 Posts: 157

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  • jean6jean6 Posts: 157

    ha ha.. forgot to add info...cple wks ago I asked what this was...so thought I`d update you all.. .its now its in full bloom..like fried egg flowers..just love it..image

  • reb4reb4 Posts: 54

    It is a lovely, useful plant. It also self seeds so you never run out, although it does pop up all over.

  • gorgeous. thanks for posting.

  • little-annlittle-ann Posts: 878

    i have it and it hasnt gone mad in my garden i usually find one or two plants growing somewhere and just let them get on with it, they know where they want to be

  • bev doylebev doyle Posts: 4

    Good morning ive got caterpillars eating my willow tree does anyone have any suggestions please on how to get rid of them?

  • Keen 1Keen 1 Posts: 187

    Hallo jean. A favourite of mine also - did you know there is also a yellow foliaged form with he same white flowers. Regards.

  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 46,292

    Hi bev- if you start a little thread specifically for your query  - and get a pic on if possible- someone will be able to help image 

    If it's on this one it'll probably get missed.

     

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


  • little-annlittle-ann Posts: 878

    Hello Keen nice to see you sharing your extensive knowledge on another thread

  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 46,292

    Used to have the yellow foliage one but I wasn't too keen on it. Someone had the semi double flowered one on here recently and that looked really nice.

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


  • liggylauraliggylaura Posts: 32

    Hi all, I have feverfew in my garden too.  It does seed itself everywhere but the plants have very shallow roots and are easy to pull up so then you can leave the ones you want to flower prettily in the borders.

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