What's Looking Good in March 2022

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  1. Zigs

    Zigs Young Pine

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    February's thread here

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    Droopy Slug Slaughterer Plants Contributor

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    Oh-oh-oh, it's beautiful!

    I grow this in a container by the entrance. The blooms aren't much, but the foliage is very decorative. Not only in March, but all year:

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    White polyanthus
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    MIKE ALLEN Seedling

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    Fact. Seed of many of the primulacea family can be sown prior to ripening.

    Also, most of the plants are easy to divide, thus providing a continuous supply.
     
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    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    This dame is very sluggish but she was looking for a place to setup housekeeping. When I found her she was on the ground beside my auto. I almost stepped on her. I just moved her to the little tree to let her warm up
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    On my lottie we are getting some colour now. I have large areas of dispersed stands of crocus plants and the daffs are budding. This one little place off to the side shows three types of spring bloomers.
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    I have tried to take an overview of the crocus display but it just doesn’t work sadly.
     
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    That's great and looking good Sjeord
     
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    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    Thanks so much, Loggie.
     
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    Droopy Slug Slaughterer Plants Contributor

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    Awww, poor Bumble. I hope she warmed up and found herself a home. Lovely blooms!

    We have crocus tommasinianus in bloom now, so things are looking up:

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    Your welcome Sjeord:)
    Those are lovely crocuses Droopy
     
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    Loofleh en delicate they izz, Droopske.
     
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    Thanks @Logan and @Sjoerd. They self-seed everywhere and have tiny bulbs, but we just let them be because they're so early and cute. The early insects like them, as do the small roe deer.
     
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    Clivia I grew by crossing a Deep orange petal Holland Clivia, with a Light yellow variety about 20 years ago. It blooms twice a year. These flowers just emerged this week.

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    Daniel that's beautiful
     
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    Purple crocus
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    Captain Neem Oil is looking after these :D

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