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Title: Wisley Log 04/2010- 19 February
Post by: David Nicholson on February 20, 2010, 07:14:01 PM
Good stuff as usual Paul and a timely reminder for me to start re-potting my evergreen Lewisias, but I might leave it until the weather warms just a little bit. I like the look of your Saxifraga, a genus I would like to grow more of. At some point would you like to say more about how you look after your plants from flowering time onwards please.
Title: Re: Wisley Log 04/2010- 19 February
Post by: Paul Cumbleton on February 21, 2010, 08:37:35 AM
Hi David,
Yes the saxifrages are just indispensable plants and provide so much colour. I will write more about them as you request in another log

Cheers

Paul
Title: Re: Wisley Log 04/2010- 19 February
Post by: Rob on February 21, 2010, 10:18:45 AM
Lots of good information in the log as usual.

No mention of the tropical butterflies in the glasshouse.

I was planning a trip down to see them, but the website said the glasshouse was closed for a few days. Did the heating break down?
Title: Re: Wisley Log 04/2010- 19 February
Post by: Maggi Young on April 28, 2010, 09:41:48 PM
A correction has been made to Wisley  Log 0504 March 2010....
 Saxifraga elisabethae 'Milford Cream' has been changed to 'Millstream Cream'