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  1. Upsydaisy

    Upsydaisy Total Gardener

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    Took a lot of cuttings from my parent's garden last year before we closed it up for selling.

    As usual I have no idea of what they are .....here is one lot that is looking very healthy and even have a few tiny buds forming.

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    Thanks.
     
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        Very well could be Nick, your link looks like ones my parents had in their garden.
        I'll go and put a label on them right away. :blue thumb:

        Thanks alot.:spinning:
         
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          That was my immediate thought as well. :blue thumb:

          The ones we have tend to bloom twice a year (don't know whether that is normal) and can grow quite big. We took the hedgecutter to one of them last week as it had grown to 7ft high and 6ft diameter, but we've had it a long time and try to keep it cut at least once a year.
           
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            pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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            Mine bloom twice a year also, will be flowering soon, and then again in late summer early Autumn.
            Not quite worked out if I like the scent of the plant.:smile:
             
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              I don't like the scent but like the plant. :blue thumb:
               
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