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chrissy100 wrote: Of course all the grasshoppers are having a wonderful time, so are the 28 spotted lady birds. The green grubs are easing off after eating some leaves almost to nothing in hard to reach areas.Small snails are back.
So here we have Heart of Gold, just because it's a pretty thing even without the golden heart.
The others are Giant x Fire Fighter Angel. This seedling is determined to laze around the place, semi opening only and some lazy sort of waving of the tendrils here and there. I can imagine a big flush looking quite stunning even without the flung up tendrils, it almost reminds you of Bengal Tiger who does this too. It has a very thick almost fuzzy texture, it will be very interesting to observe it's progress.