I'd go more for gloriosa as there doesn't seem to be, well, filaments hanging off the leaves and yes, spanish dagger
Agaves montana, parryi and utahensis, or aloe striatula. How about a trichocereus or an oreocereus? Or, as you said already, you could get stabby...
Oh yeah, or drosanthemun:heehee:
I can never remember if it's delosperma or lampranthus. Ice plant or pig face!
We like compost. Compost is good:hapydancsmil:
If it was tipped over by the weight of the snow, I'm wondering if the root disturbance has unbalanced it. Strange how the most scented plants can...
Looks like crassula ovata, echeveria something and, er, can't remember.... rat tail crassula muscoa?
looks a bit like Huechera, but I'm in guess mode
It looks like fargesia rufa. Tools required trenching spade, mattock, breaker bar sturdy saw and voltarol, for when you're finished....would be...
Grown from seed, potted for 3 or 4 years, in ground for 2 or 3 years. It strikes me as strange, as I had tradescantia pallida and chlorophytum...
What is going on? Everybody has hardy pommies except me?:wallbanging:
I've had this when tulips are planted too deeply, turns them blind
Do I put informative? agree? like?
Where is the button for jealous as hell!
I grew them in a pot in the greenhouse, had a few flowers but no fruit. The ones in the garden were flowerless. I think it's well worth the effort...
I grew a few from seed(easy peasy) in a sheltered part of the garden during the mild winters of the 2000's. 2009-10 killed them off...and the ones...
Made the leaves fall off, the RSM had sucked the life out of the plants
Cotton swabs. I used it on my tropical hibiscus for scale and RSM
Never had to use a emulsifier before on neem, I used it neat, but suppose it would be easier mixed in a spray bottle
It looks a bit like cushion scale
Soapy water can help but I'd use neem oil
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