Aym, love the pansies.
Aym, if you Didn't dead head them you will get a lot of seed, to make more plants.
Here are some crocus and polyanthus
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Love blue flowers and your pansies are super, Aym.
You've got some really nice Hellebores Aym
I think you miss understand the GH bit Aym, another forum member was putting their GH up but couldn't due to bad weather. I have had my own GH up for the past 3 or 4 years.
Got a picture from last year though, another 8 weeks or so it will look very similar, I have a grapevine growing across the roof. I grow tomatoes and cucumbers on the other side and have a potting bench there as well.
Lovely photos everyone, thank you.
They really put a Spring in my step.
AYM, I will endeavour to do the jungle...just as soon as it stops raining at 5 degrees !
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Aym sorry to see your amaryllis broke! What lovely crocus photography. I really wish I'd bought some crocus and Snowdrops but didn't :-( I thought they're too small but after seeing them here I appreciate their beauty. Do snowdrops and crocus naturalise and multiply year after year? Can they be planted in a dry patch under a conifer?
What are these flowers Aym? The ones you are trying find the colours for?
The crocuses are so pretty. How sad it disappeared Hazel. I bought some crocus and snowdrop bulbs today in a shop, they were 50p. I put them in the ground. They were already sprouting, I know this is bad, do you think they'll flower this season?
That's very expensive for C.Thomasinianus! I got mine from Peter Nyssen and theirs are only £2.75! They are very easy, mine are growing in grass and have seeded themselves around, so I keep finding them popping up in unexpected places. You do need to plant them where they get sun though or they won't open fully. I grow a couple of different shades:.C.Thomasinianus C.Whitewell Purple