Heart gladdening flowers

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Re: Heart gladdening flowers
« Reply #45 on: October 22, 2018, 23:08 »
I lifted my Nerine this spring and gave some to friends, I replanted and dreaded losing them, but they are flowering away now, but not so many of course.  I shall leave them be for a few years now.   The Agapanthus are in a Terracotta pot, and the leaves are just going yellow at the tips, what do I do next, and should I pop them into an unheated greenhouse ? 
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Re: Heart gladdening flowers
« Reply #46 on: October 24, 2018, 11:25 »
The Agapanthus are in a Terracotta pot, and the leaves are just going yellow at the tips, what do I do next, and should I pop them into an unheated greenhouse ?

You could and that would protect them from the worst of the winter weather.  They are quite hardy, but don't like being in very wet soil.  Keeping the pot on the dry side over winter would be best and that is easier under cover.

The leaves will slowly die down and you can clear them up once they are completely brown and dried up  :)



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