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3rd year of gardening in NE Scotland 😊
#newgrowth #mint starting to recover from winter👍
Solved the mint problem 😂😂
#springfever 😂😂 I blame that for my current state of mind😅 @cyndi
How ingenious! Can you get an umbrella to cover the whole garden - now there’s a gap in the market 😂
Great idea! We'll go 50/50 on plant brollies 😂 @jendren
Lol love 💕 it lol 😂
👏 great use of initiative 👍👌
Great! Imagine these all around the garden😂
Mint is going a really off colour😣😕 #wet #snow #mint
#cataloguing mint seems to have survived winter so far. Does anyone know what the ivy type plant is called?
Mints like a good chill. If too cold they just go to sleep
They're in the right place then😅what about the shade? I've got them in quite a shaded bit
Just regular ivy then?😅😂 @pelly
Shade is fine. They thrive in shade unlike oregano or thyme.
@ublaszko Any others that do well in shade? This is the start of my herb collection
Chives, parsley, coriander. There are quite a few herbs that do well in shade but these are the only ones I can remember off the top of my head.
Sorry I haven’t got a clue Leno, I just know it’s Ivy and very beneficial to wildlife. Try Lin @linfoster 👍👍
I'd be tempted to start with all the herbs you like and then see what thrives and what doesn't. You can always move them to more sun or give them away. They're not expensive and they don't need much maintenance. Personally, I prefer perennial herbs.
It looks like Hedera helix ‘Goldchild’
@Opuntia thanks, yeh it does look like golden child i just had a google. I like to have them in my plants catalogue, the tasks keep me right ☺
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