|A pelargonium (copyright Chris Mackay)|
|Dwarf Lupin showing true leaf (copyright Chris Mackay)|
|Already you can see it's leguminous (C. Chris Mackay)|
|They look scabby but they spend winter dormant and any water|
on them now could be disatrous, allowing rot and fungi to get in
Cuttings of some of this year's simpler successes, especially Salvia patens and some of the pelargoniums and penstemons look to be doing well in the propagator, with one rooting early and zooming away
Erm, anything else? Oh yeah, the mixed candelabra Primula species look like they're starting to germinate although I won't know what's what until they bloom (and even then it's not that simple). I can see two...
The Dianthus knappii and Digitalis ferruginea var. gigantea could teach them a thing or two...
So that's about it for the moment, doubtless more rambling shite tomorrow