Had a quick look
They all seem to be artificial :scratch:
I need to start planning what to grow this year
Sounds like an interesting project.Where does one get Mistletoe berries from ?
@kindredspiritThey have done well for you.Until you have your alpine house built, I would cover them with a layer of bubble wrap from...
Impressive collection :wow:
Looks like a Pellaea rotundifolia
These can take a dry period better than most other ferns.
So it may be salvageable.Give it a good soak, keep...
Harvested a few different chillies yesterday evening[ATTACH]
Looks like Gasteria armstrongii to me
I suspect the "problem" is age.For a plant that takes hundreds of years to reach full size of 3m+
This one is still a baby.
Looks good.Aside from the Gusto Purple which seems quite productive, have only had the odd random chilli from the other types.
Weather supposed to be warming up with some sunshine. Finally!Hopefully the various green chillies will now start to ripen
Yes, there is an Encephalartos altensteinii which arrived at Kew in the late 1700's I believe
Was thinking of sowing seeds next year.
But tbh I only want one, maybe 2 plants of each variety.How early do the garden centres get their...
No, I have been using tomato feed
The rubbish weather hasn't helped
I suspect this could be an issue too.
Only started with a few annum types in early May
And the super hots arrived from the supplier in mid June....
Annum types seem to be fruiting quite well for me too
But green, not coloured up yet either
I have used standard multi purpose compost.
Perhaps it is too rich ??
My chinense (super hot) types are about 45cm tall
But showing no signs of flowering. Do I just need to be more patient ?
Or anything I can do to...
The cycad family is definitely not monocarpic
They cone every few yearsPerhaps they meant dioecious, as there are separate male and female plants
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