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I had a goji berry in the Los Angeles area which flowered the second year and had lots of fruit. Maybe it was the variety but I do not think it takes more than a couple of years for it to fruit.


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That’s an Arisaema tortuosum, a whipcord cobra lily, fittingly named for the very elongated spadix. While in many cobra lilies the spathe, the tube-petal-like part around the spadix, takes the show, here the unusually long spadix -which carries the actual flowers - is eye-catching.


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It is Hydrangea macrophylla, one of the lace cap varieties rather than a 'mophead' type. They are deciduous and prefer partial or dappled shade in soil that does not dry out frequently, and need plenty of space because, as you mention, they get rather large over time. They should not be hard pruned or pruned at all if possible, with only dead wood removed in ...


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Looks to me like Centranthus ruber (aka red valerian). If it likes you, it will self-seed, sometimes to the extent to become a nuisance. More information here.


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Yes, that's a rhododendron. Yup.


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The link you provided seems to say there are 3 separate plants - Buddleia tricolor is available as one plant with 3 different coloured blooms on it, so I'm not certain whether you will receive 3 plants in one pot which effectively act as a single plant because they may be impossible to separate at the roots anyway. Either way, this is a Buddleia davidii ...


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I am afraid there is no sensible option that satisfies your requirements. Your idea is as if belonging to some science fiction. There is one option that is perhaps slightly on the line of your ideas. Instead of pruning buddleja in spring this way: ... you can prune it this way: (in case of Tricolor, you will of course have three plants coming from the ...


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It's the Hawaii bloom and bud..... I pretty sure you bought it on amazon... it says use 2 scoops however the middle number is 50 and is to high! so you should half what the directions say or just switch to Beyer rose 3 in 1, its the best honestly besides using exclalibur fertilizer which is expensive..... change the soil mixture in the pot immediately and ...


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