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Paris quadrifolia


Paris quadrifolia (Paris quadrifolia (Einbeere))

well I will give it ago and see what it does.



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Hi Eileen, this flowers late spring, with solitary star shaped flowers up to 3" across, followed by spherical, berry like seed capsules, blue - black colour, and are fully hardy, Derek.

4 Apr, 2019

 

thanks for that Derek. I am more worried about slugs having a munch that the weather ;p

4 Apr, 2019

 

Hi Eileen, sorry I can't help with the slugs, I thought it was unusual, when you said I will give it a go and see what happens, that you didn't know, sorry for the confusion, Derek.

5 Apr, 2019

 

no need to apologise. for some reason I have thought it wouldn't be suitable for my garden which is chalk, as it was an acid lover but apparently it loves chalky soils. It used to be a wild flower in one of the ruined abbeys that I used to visit as a child. I remember the berries very clearly but being a child I didn't know what the soil was like.

fingers crossed my visiting hedgehog will keep it slug free.

hope the back is getting better and you are more comfortable.

6 Apr, 2019

 

Hi Eileen, thanks for that, my back is slowly getting better, I did some repotting of some shrubs this afternoon, and fortunately it hasn't made it any worse, so I might be able to do a bit more in the coming weeks, [fingers crossed] Derek.

7 Apr, 2019

 

lets hope so :o)

8 Apr, 2019



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