:))) Merci beaucoup chère Annie☼ on sais maintenant que le printemps est là...Une bonne semaine à toi :), amitiés Peter
Very beautiful Peter, but I can never keep them in my garden. For some reason they always disappear :-((
Best wishes, Lesley
Thank you Lesley the commonnamed Kidneywort does only thrive well with lotsa chalk added to the growth substrate. In the wild you will only find it on very rich soils...Wish you lotsa success with this beautiful species....Peter
Thank you Peter for the soil information. We are on acid soil therefore that explains it. There are so many other plants to grow I can manage to live without it. If you can grow it you are lucky :-))
Greetings, Pedro M
I can barely grow it here :)) when I remember to take chalk-rubble with me home whereever I find it Lesley Best wishes, Peter
Pedro M Thank you so much, Peter
I was once told by an alpine nursery specialist that if you add Dolomite to the planting hole of a lime loving plant, with acid loving plants surrounding it, the acid loving plants aren't affected. I have grown various Asplenium ferns in this way and a Pulsatilla which are all thriving. The Hepatica plants are really too small to go to such trouble over.
Best wiishes, Lesley
Beautiful photo Peter. These flowers are such a surprising shade of blue! I found carpets of them when we were over in Drammen last year. The sight delighted me as much as this photo does :))))
Beste hilsener, Amelia
Thank you so much dear Lesley for a good piece of advice:))) I'm so excited my Mandrake flowered this year for the first time! Warm wishes, Peter
Thank you Amelia for visiting these all time favorite flowers of mine and that you let yourself be enjoyed :))) ....and I missed the Queen Mary in Helsinore today ;)) would have been a treat to have it with the Hamlet castle in front :))) Beste vår-hilsner fra Danmark..Peter
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