Amo that Angelica's lovely, against that blue sky! I've grown it for years. Over 6' high and nearly as wide in the back but onl;y about 4' and much less leafy in the front. The front ones have a better form really though and look a lot less coddled (because of the rubbish soil).
Yes it does Wee. In fact it's in flower now. Did take a macro pic but deleted it as the flower was blurred. I'll try again perhaps and post it on this thread. BTW I missed your Cornus and Trilliums 'cos I guess I was still looking at the previous page:-[ I'm so jealous! Not that I've ever tried trilliums 'cos I haven't. They're so expensive (particularly if they DO fail). I'll have to start looking in skips!!!
Hi Chuckles. If I remember rightly it's called Deirdre. Goodness knows why It's been a very good doer in situ in my garden for the last 2 seasons. Wait and see if it comes up next year as Tulips tend to disappoint after a year or 2, even in my light soil.
Mine was out all winter but it's in a fairly sheltered spot. Saying that it was a colder winter than expected so I think we have both been fairly lucky! I think they can get to about 1 metre although mine is a bushy 1ft at the moment. It's a baby off my old one which wasn't too happy in it's position, so hopefully this one will be happier
The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing which stands in the way... (William Blake)
I have tried Googling both names without much success and that link sent my computer haywire, had to turn it off to stop it repeat loading the Picasaweb page, like 30 odd times!
Had another closer look at the growers label, under the magnifier. It says Tristagma nivalis. This does exist and looks like my plant. Interesting that there are some others in the genus, one with brown flowers!