The Allotment has nearly had a clean shave


#101

Can any of you gardener types tell me a) what this is? and b) how can it be propagated? Thank you.


#102

a) It’s a plant, and b) I have no idea (or summat to do with bees and shit) :pensive:


#103

Just right for the cats to crap on.


#104

Thanks :rage:


#105

Opium poppy I think. The old bill will be round shortly.


#106

Right…quick question for green fingered types here… good hardy shrubs and plants for planting in borders.

It is east facing so gets sun in morning and most of pm if that is of any help.


#107

Bamboo


#108

Pampas grass


#109

Japanese knot weed is fairly hardy


#110

I’ll bamboo you right to the bottom of our stairs .


#111

#112

I’ll japanese knot-weed you all the way up the garden path you acrylic haired borrower you. :slight_smile:


#113

Green bushes and shit.

I’m here all day :smirk:


#114

Utter guff.


#115

I saw them in 1981 supporting Elton John at the Odeon, Birmingham.


#116

I thought utter guff was the wig tape of choice of that very pink-pated piano botherer.


#117

Asked the boss, Abutilon Jermyns. Cutting is easy apparently, she said would you swap a cutting for a cutting of another Abutilon.


#118

Thanks Pete. Cutting swap (is that a thing?) no problem :slight_smile:


#119

Pity we can’t propagate records :smile:

Abutilons are not always hardy, do you leave it out all winter ? Expecting frosts this week.


#120

Just made some Planters for the chills