Seedlings planted in containers.


As these plants are new from hand crossed named cultivars I am not too worried about them being a little restricted.

The third attachment shows a bloom unfolding as it has not had a lot of room in the container from which it has just been removed.

The First and Second attachment plants have now been covered with clematis mesh as the blackbirds decided to forage in the top of each.

A pain, but come the summer the blackbirds always leave the garden after raising their young and the mesh can be removed.

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2 thoughts on “Seedlings planted in containers.

  1. Hello, I am secretary of Harwell Gardeners’ Club and we would like to join your society. Canu give me details of registering please. Thank you. Janice Markey

    • Hi Janice,
      Thanks for your enquiry.

      Please visit the About page on this website and fill out the subs form.and forward it to the address given
      Affilated Horticultural Clubs cost of joining the Society is a minimum of £10 annually, which includes a bronze NVPS medal to be awarded at shows for violas and pansy classes.

      Graham

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