The Agastache with the actea is heavenly :)
It’s a great idea - better root system and all :)
Mine was a little slow to get going but now there is no stopping it, 2rd year I think maybe 3rd.
I prefer to avoid chemicals too, choosing to dig it out. I grow ‘plug plants’ of grass too like Monty showed last year to fill gaps :)
@Verdun how/when do I prune a slightly leggy Agastache Kudos Mandarin? :) cheers
Time will tell for definite, that’s how I lost mine indeed
Failing that try Katrina, mine didn’t survive the winter average of ‘16.
Thank you very much for the feedback :) another beauty to add to the list.. alongside Nico ;)
Wonderful plant. I have Dark Knight here, I got it at Wisley Flower show last year but it’s been neglected in a pot :noidea:
@Gail_68 how did you get on with the handheld hedge/shrub trimmer my friend? :) I know I asked you briefly before but I can’t find the post. Do...
Is that Lilac Squirrel @Verdun? Nico looks rather angelic there.. deceiving I bet :snorky:
It’s ok :) you don’t have to change the title. Welcome to the forum. Lovely plant.
First proper rain in 3 months, we got 3 hours worth. Feel very relieved
Just blazing sun all week long again :( send the rain this way please. The garden is so barren, we can’t even dig to plant!
This is why I shouldn’t be trusted with technology Gail, hands like spades using this phone :snorky:
Impressively striking :) the foliage is enough of a reason to grow it alone
Thanks Gail, hope you’re well :)Does anyone grow Actea? are they difficult woodland plants?
It is a beautiful plant, I’m not usually a fan of reds but it’s striking.It is Agastache Blue Fortune, slightly paler flowers and shorter...
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